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					LITTLE MASTER'S DICTIONARY

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                                                     abridge:
 a.(a)s-2;                                            abroad ^(a
 aback                 :(a                           abrogate                          :




 abacus                    :(                        abrupt,
 abandon                        '(vt.)s>5a~2>oj      absent            :




 abase                                               absolute
 abash                 ,(v.                          absolve                   :




 abate             :                                 absorb
 aobey                                               absorption
 abbot             .                                  S-OOUUJtO
abbreviate                           .               aostam                :




abdicate                       .(v,t.                abstract                                  (a)
abdomen
abduct                                               absurd            :




                                                     absurdity
abet       :                                         abundant
abeyance                            :(n.             abuse     ;




abhor              ;
                                                     abyss     :




abide          ;
                                                     academy                       :




ability .'(n.)^;                                     accede            :




abject             .                                 acceleration
able   .                                             accent
                                                                   :(n,)5*j
                           '

ablution                                             accept
abnormal
abode              ,                                 access        :




abolish                ,                             accession
abominable                               :           accident                      (


aboriginal                      .                    accidental
abortion                   :(n                       acclaim
abortive                                             accommodation
abound                                               accompany                             :



                                             8
abouffadvlSoSj- ^^ (p)                               accomplice
                                                 ^
above .(f>&ac?/.)&jS                                 accomplish
ace                                                                                                       adv
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accord                                              add   .




accordingly -(adv                     )i
                                                    addition           :




account         :
                                                    address
accountant
accrue                                              adept: (
accumulate                  .                       adequate                .(


accurate                                            adhere         '(


accuse                                              adhesive                .(


accustomed                      '(i
                                              fie   adjacent                .(


ache   :(a.)5S>y,
                                                    adjective               :(


achieve                                             adjourn            :(v.t)sr
                                                                                             |
                                                                                                 oMa"i
achievement                     :                   adjudge                :(


acid   .(n.JfcrtfcS                                 adjust     :(

                                                    aummistration                                (n   )
acknowledge
                                                    admiration
acquaint                :(v.t,)B>c&>s!<s$x>



                                                     admire        :
 acquaintance
                                                     admission                           :




                                                     admonish                            ,

 acquire            :


            '                                        ado      .(n.)>oO
 acquit
 across                                              adolescence
                    '(p
                                                     adopt


                                                     adoption                    :




 action
                -                                    adore

 active     :
                                                     adorn         :




  actor                                              adult     .




  actress               :
                                                     adulterate                          ,




  actual -(a                                         advance

  acumen                                             advantag                        .




  acute     :
                                                     advent             :




  adamant                                            adventure
                '                                    adverb
  auapt
adv

adversary
adverse

adversity
advertise

advice
                  '
                                        ailment               .




advise                                  aim
                                        air '(n
advocate                    (n
                                        alarm
aerodrome
                                        alas
aeroplane                                            (interj.)e61r^
                                        alien        .


affair .(n )a
                                        alike    ,


affect
                                        alimentary
affection               (n
                                        alimony                   .




affectionately                   (adv
                                        alive            (

affinity
                                        alkali           :


affirmative
                                        all    (n         )

affix
                                        alliance                      (
          t

afflict           (v.t)sre.o^b          allot    ,




affluent
                                        allow
afford
                                        alloy        .




affront
                                        ally
afloat        .

                                        almighty                      .(n
afraid        :
                                        almost                ,




afresh            ,
                                        alms
after .(p                               aloud ,(adv)rit3n
again             (adv                  alphabet                          :




against               '(p               already
age     .(n                             also

agenda                 (n               alter
                                                         (v.t.)Sr-&)

agitate -(v;                            although

ago                                     altitude

agony                                   alum             ,(n


agree             (v                    always
  arna

  amass                        :
                                                                 another                            :



  amaze                    '



                                                                 answer                         .(
  amazement                                                      ant
  ambassador                                                     anthem                         :



 ambiguous                                       .

                                                                 antipathy
 ambition                                  .(n
                                                                 antiseptic
 amend                     -
                                                                                                    (

                                                                 antonym
 amiable
                                                                 anus
 amicable                                                       anvil
 amidst                .
                                                                anxious
 amount
 amuse                                                                                              -


                                                                anvoody
 an (a)e-s
                                                                apart
 anaemia                                                                            '

                                                                apathy
 analysis                          .




                                                                                            -

                                                                apology
 ancestor                                                                                       *

                                                                apparent
 ancient                                                                        -

                                                                appeal
 and   .


                                                                appear
anecdote
                                                                appease                     :



angel      .

                                                                appendix. (n                            )

anger          .
                                                                                        -

                                                               appetite
angle      .
                                                                                        '

                                                               applaud

                           '
                                                               apple    :


anguish
                                                               application
animal             .

                                                               apply    .


animate                :
                                                      ?j   e
                                                               appoint      :


annals             :
                                                               appointment

anniversary                                 :
                                                               apportion                    :


annotation                                 :(n.)tfe
                                                               apposition :(n.)2roas;
announce                               ;

                                                               appraise             :


anomaly                :


                                                               appreciate
app                                                                                                        iTQ


apprehend                                          arabesque
                                                                     -

                                                   arable

apprehension                                       arbiter           .




                                   '


apprentice                                         arbitrary

appnse
approach                                           arbitrate '(vt

approachable                                   :   arbitration                        .(

                                                   arbitrator
approbation.                                (n                                    .




appropriate                                        arboreous
                                                   arbour

appropriation :(n                                  arc   .




                                                   arcade                :




approvable
                                       '
                                                   arch      .




approval                   .                       archaic

approve                .(v.t.)e9oftgdoc$j          archaeology
approver
                                                   archer            :(
                                                                             >


approximate                                :
                                                   archery                       (n.)

appurtenance                                       architect

apricot                                            architecture                                ;
                                                                                                   (n .)

April     :




apron             (n           )
                                                   archives

                                                   ardent            .




apropos                                            ardently
                                                   ardour

apt   ,                                            arduous
aptitude                                           are   :




aptness                ,                           area      .(n,)S)!bs:sjj:
                                                                                      *C8

aqua          .                                    areca         .




aquarium                   :                       arena         ,




Aquanus                    .                       arenaceous                              .




aqueduct                       :(r,                argent .(nO"So<5
aquiline           :
                                                   argue         :
                                                                                                                  asa
                           '

  arguer                                                                arrant

 argument                                  .-
                                                                        array              :



 and                                                                   arrears                         (n)tr*l;
 aridity               r
                                                                       arrest
 Aries

 aright            :                                                   arrestable                          .




 arise                                                                 arride

 aristocracy                                                           arrival                 :



                                                                       arrive              :



 aristocrat                            :
                                                                       arrogance                           :




 arithmetic                            .
                                                                      arrogant                         .



 arithmetician                                      :(n.)wog?fe3tJ    arrow
 ami   :
                                                                      arsenal                      :



 aimada                    :
                                                                      arsenic
aniiamentr                                                            arsenical
                                   -
aimature                                                              arson            :



armchair
armed          :
                                                                      artery        .



armistice                      .
                                                                      artful       :(

armour             :
                                                                      artfully

                                                                     artfulness
armoury                    :
                                                                     article       :



armptt     :
                                                                     articular :(a
arms   :
                                                                     articulation
army                                                                 artrfice:
aroma                                                                artificer
around         :(p                                                   artificial

arouse                                                                                     -

                                                                     artillery
arrack     :
                                                                     artist    :




arraign        :
                                                                     artless        :



arrange :                                                            artware
arrangement                                     :
                                                                     afe :(adv,                    & conj.)ss;
                                                                     asafoetida.
asb

asbestos                             (n               assertion                     .




ascend               ,(vt                             assess
                                                                                    '

ascendency                                :(n         assessor
ascent           -(n                                  assets               (n           )^
ascertain                        :                    asseverate
ascetic                                               assiduity (n.)^
asceticism                                            assiduous (a)
                                                                   *
ascribe              ,
                                                      assign
                                     -

ascnption                                             assignment
ashamed                          :(                   assimilate
ashes        *(n                                      assist '(vt
ashore               :(                               assistance                                :




ashy                                                  assistant :(n
aside                                                 assize       .(n.

                                                      associate
askance (adv)&cn                                      association
                                                                                                    <




asleep           :                                    assort

asp                                                   assuage
aspect           '(n.                                 assume               .'




                         (                                                              '

asperity                                              assuming
aspersion                            :                assurance                             :



                                                                       '

aspirant                 .                            assure
aspiration                           :(n.             assuredly :(adv
aspire       .                                        asterisk             :(

ass   .(n                                             astensm                   :




assail   :




assailant                    ,                        astern   .




assassin                     :
                                                      asthma               *(n

assault              :(n.                             astonish
assemble                         .
                                                      astray   .(
                                                                                            -

assembly                         :(n.                 astrologer
assent           :
                                                      astrology
assert                                                astronomer
             .(v.t.)|25S^7?                     33y
ast                                                         8                                                           aut

astronomy
                                              '
                                                                auction                     .




astute
                     -
                                                       go       audacious
asylum
at .(p.)s                                                       audacity                                :




atheism
atheist                                                         audible                 -(a

athtete '(n )StS;                                               audience                            :


                                                                        '

athletics                         .                             audit
                                                                                        -

atlas        :                                                  auditor

atmosphere                                        :




                                                            aught           .




atone            :                                          augur           i




atrocious                             :                     augury                  :




attach                                                      august                  :




attachment                                :                 August                  :




a tack           :                                          aunt
attain           .(v.t.


attempt                   :                                 auricle             :




                                                            aurora              :




attend               ;                                      auspices                                :




attendance                                    :
                                                            auspicious                                      .




attention :(n                                               austere                     :
                                                  )^
attentive                         .
                                                            austerity                           :




attestation                               :                 authentic                               i




attestor                      :



attic    :
                                                            authenticity                                        :



attire       :                                              author              :(n.)ccSocotJ

attitude                      :                             authoress
attorney :(n.)sieo;                                         authority                               :



attract              -.




attribute                     i                             authorize                               :




                                                            autobiography                                           :




attrition :(n.                                              autocrat
aut                                                                                            bsc
autocratic                          (          awkward
autography                                     awry    :(a

automatic                                      axe    (n

 fiSo                                          axiom           -




autonomy                        :              axis
autumn                                         axle (n

auxiliary :(a                                  ayah (n)csa
avail                                          azure .(n.                    &
available

 3&                                                                              B
avarice               :(rr.

avaricious                                     babble :(v.t)3a&
                                               babe    :(n.)aot,36g
avenge                :
                                               babe*       :



average                   .(n.                 baby    :




averse                                         babyhood                      :




                                               babysh              :



avert    i
                                               bachelor
avid    :(a.)e>

avidity :(n.)
avocation                   :
                                               backbite                          & vi.)c&3aj
                                                                       :(v.t.

avoid        :
                                               backbiter                :(

avoidable                                      backbone                  .



avow      :
                                               backdoor
avowal
                                               background
await    :

                                               backing             :




awake             :
                                               backside
award            .
                                               backslide                .(v
aware            :
                                               backward
away     :




awe -(n.)<jS                            ^ejs   backwards
awful
                                               backwater                     :



awhile               :(a
                                               backyard                 .(
bac                                                                   10
bacon                       :
                                        (n.)
                                                                            bamboo                               :
                                                                                                                      (n.)

                                                                            bamboowork                                           :
                                                                                                                                      (n.)

bacteria                            :
                                            (n.)                            bamboozle                                      :
                                                                                                                                (v.t.)

bad         :
                        (a.)                                                bamboozlement                                              :
                                                                                                                                           (n.)
                                             3g,
badge:                              (n.)                                    ban      :           (n              )              3lxa&tt           (v.t.&v.L

badger:                                 (n.)

badiy:                          (adv.)                                      banana:                              (n.)

baffle              :
                                (v.t )                                      band             :
                                                                                                     (n.)

bag     :
                    {n.)                                                   bandage                               :
                                                                                                                          (n.)

baggage                             :        (n.)                          bandicoot                                  :
                                                                                                                               (n.)

baa : (n.)                                                   (v.t.)        bandit                :
                                                                                                         (n.)

                                                                           bandog                        :
                                                                                                                     (n.)

bailbond                            :
                                            (n.)                           bandy                 :
                                                                                                         (n.)                        o<5

bailiff         :
                            (n.)                                           bandy-legged                                          :
                                                                                                                                      (a.)

balm            :
                            (n.)                                           bane          :       (n.)

bait    :
                (n.)                        z                              baneful                   :
                                                                                                                 (a.)

bsaze           :
                            (n.)                                           bang          :
                                                                                                 (n.)

bake        :
                        (v.t}                                              bangle:                           (n.)
baker:                      (n.)                                           banish                :
                                                                                                             (v.t.)

bakeiy                  :           (n.)                                   banishment                                      :
                                                                                                                                 (n.)
balance                         :
                                        (n.)
                                                    jjr2o,
balcony (n.)                    :                                          bank:                 (n.)
bald : (a.)                                                                banker                (n.)
bafdhead                                :
                                             (n.)                          bankrupt                                                   &aer*
                                                                                                             :
                                                                                                                     (a.)                         0^2
bate    :           (n.)                    o^                                                                                         aanp
                                                                           bankruptcy                                 :
                                                                                                                               (n)
balefel                 :
                                                                           banner:
                                                                                                                                ejaSu, 2ocr
                                (a.)                                                                         (n.)
bale    :           (n.)
                                                                           banquet                       :
                                                                                                                 (n.)
bai    : (n.)
                                                                           banter            :
                                                                                                     (n.)
bated               :
                            (n.)                                           banyan                :
                                                                                                             (n.)
                                                                                                                                2j*j
baioon                      :
                                    (n.)                                   baptism                   :
                                                                                                              (n.)
ba^3*           :
                        (n.)                                               bar   :
                                                                                     (v.t.)
ba*oom                          :
                                            (n.)                           barbarian                         :
                                                                                                                     (n.)
balm    :
                    (n.)
                                                                       barbarity:                                    (n.)
                :
                            (a.)                                           barbarous                             :
                                                                                                                          (a.)
bar                                                                                                                                            bear
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barber              :
                                (n.)
                                                                                  bastion                               :
                                                                                                                                 (n   )


barbican                        :           (n   )                                bat       :
                                                                                                        (n.)

bard    :       (n              )           33
bare   :        (a.)                                                              batch                     :
                                                                                                                     (n.)

barefaced                               :
                                             (a.)        &fc                      bate              :
                                                                                                                (v.t.)

barefoot                        :
                                        (adv.)           asyw                     bath              :
                                                                                                                (n.)

barely          :
                            (adv.)                                                bathe                     :
                                                                                                                        (vi.)

bargain                 :
                                    (n.)                                          bathos                            :
                                                                                                                                (n.)

barge       :
                        (n,)                     &       3S2S                     baton                     :
                                                                                                                        (n.)              S^
bark   :
                (n.)                        auSo               (v.)               battalia: (n.)

                                                                                  battalion                                  :
                                                                                                                                  (n.)
barley          :
                            (n.)
                                                                                  batter                    :
                                                                                                                     fr.t)
barn    :       (n.)
                                                                                  battery                           :
                                                                                                                                &t.)
barometer:                                   (rr.)

baron       :           (n.)
                                                                                  battle                    :
                                                                                                                    (n.)
barrack:                            (n.)
                                                                                  bawE:                             (v.t&v.i.)
barrage:                            (n.)             *

                                                                                  bay           :                           <r^Sx
barret      :           (n.)
                                                                                  bayonet                                   :     (rr.)
barren          :           (a.)                  98023* ff*3
barricade                           :       (n.)
                                                                                  be    :           (v J)
barrier         :
                            (n.)
                                                                                  beach                         :
                                                                                                                            (n.)
barrister:                              (n.)
                                                                                  bead                  :           (n.)
barter:                     (n.)

base    :
                                                                                  beak                  :
                                                                                                                    (n.)
                (n.)                                                  (n.)
                                                                                  beaker:
      =*^C3^                                     (a.)    Jta*aj                                                             (rr.)


baseless                            :
                                            (a.)
                                                                                  beam                      :
                                                                                                                     (n.)

basement                                :
                                             (n.)                                 beaming (n.)                              :



"bashful                :
                                    (a.)
                                                                                  bean (n.)             :




basic:              (a.)
                                                                                  bear:                         (n.)

basin       :
                        (n)

basis       :           (n.)                                                                                                    (n.)

basket              :           (n.)              too,                            beard                         :
                                                                                                                        (n.)

bastard                     :
                                        (n.)                                      bearer:                                   (n.)

bastille                :
                                    (n.)
      pea                                                                                 bel

      bearing                               beget                       .



   beast                   (n               oeggar
                                                                                '




   beastliness (n                           beggarly
   beasiJy (a./^                            begin                   .




      ~li*
      *_                                    beginner
  beat Mis"*                                beginning
                                           beguile                          .



  beaten                       (a)         behalf                   :




  beautiful                     (a         behave
  beautify                     ^vt         behaviour
 beauty                    (n              behead
 becaJm                    ,(vt     )      behest                   :


 beckon                    :
                                          behind
 become                        (v         behold                    ,(vt.
                                "

 becoming                                 behoof                    :




                                          being         :



 Dedolng                                  belch         '(vt                    &
 bedeck                :
                                          beleaguer
                                          belfry         (n)
 bedsore                   :
                                         belief,
 bee       :
                                         believable
 beef          :
                                         believe            :


beehive                :
                                         believer               :



                                         belittle       :


beet           :
                                         bell :(n       )n-




                                        befJows
befit      :
                                        belly   :




                                                    *

                                        belong

beiiend            :
                                        below :(p& adv.)
                                                                                    o*;
beg   .-

                                        beft :(n.)5os
 bem                                                                                  bir
 bemoan                     .(                  beware
 bench                                         bewildered
 bend                                           bewitch
 beneath                    :(p
                                   &adv)(|o    beyond
 benediction                       .(          bias
 benefactor                      :(i           Bible             r

 beneficial
                                               brckenng
 benefit .(n)ej$3oo;
                                               bicycle
 benevolent                                    bid
 benign                                        bidding                       .



 bent                                          bide
 benumb                    .(                  bifurcate
berth           :(i
                                                         -

                                               big
beseech                                        bigamy                    :


beseem                     .(
                                               bigotry^ (n.j
beset           .(

besjde                                        bile       .



besides (adv)sjog&>                           bilious
                       p


besiege                    (vt.)              bilk

besmear                    .(                 bill   .




besmirch                    :(                billion

best       ,(                                 billow
bestial          :(                           bin

bestir      .(                                bind :(vt.)goj;
bestow                .(                      binding ,(n.)0*
bet   :(                                      biologist                      :




betel      :(                                 biology                :




betray           (                            biped
betrayal              :(n.)                   bird       :



betrothal                                     bird-cage                          '(

better      :(                                bird's-nest                         i



between                :(                     birth          .




bewail          :(                            birthday
                                                                                          bod
birthplace            .               bless
bisect                                blessing                                .




bishop        :                       blight              :




bit   ,                               blind               (


bitch                                 blink       :




                                      bliss

bitter .(a                            blister

bizarre                               blithe              :


                                                                          -
blabber                               blizzard

black                                 bloat           ,




blackboard .(n.)3oae>                 block
black-hole                            blockade
blacksmith                    :       blood                   :




blackwood                             blood-shed                                      .




bladder           :
                                      bloody                          .




blame     .                           bloom
blameless                 .
                                      blooming                                    :




                                      blossom
 bland    :                           blot    :



 blank                                blouse
 blanket          .
                                      blow
 blasphemy                        :



 blast                                blue        .(n.

 blaze                                bluff

 bleach                               blunder                             :



                                      blunt               :


 bleak    :
                                      blur    :



 bleat                                blush                   :


 Weed     :
                                      boar            :




 bleeding             :
                                      board
 bfemish                               boast                      ,



 blench                                boat           :


 blend        :
                                       bodice                             :
bod                                   J.5                                                               boy
bodily                                      bore       (n
                                                                -

body                                        boreas
                                            borrow
bodyguard                                   bosh
bog    .
                                            bosom               :(a

boggie              :




bogus                                       boss       -.




boil
                                            botany                  .




                                            botch
               '
bciler                                      both   -(a
boisterous
                                            bother              .



bold       ,

                                            bottle -(n.)!>3"
boldness                    ;
                                            bottom
boif
bomb               .(n      J
                                            bough               .




                                            boulder (n)"2>g?bop                               s
                                                                                                  ca)

                                            bounce
bondage
                                            bound               :


bone
                                '           boundary                            :

bone-ash                                                                            -

                                            boundless
boneless                    :



                        <
                                            bounteous                                .

bonfire

bonnet                  .
                                            bounty                      :




                    t
                                            bouquet                         :

bonny
bonus                                       bow             (n.)
                    .(n         J

                                            bowels                          (n.)(t>?b&5
booby               :




book (                                      bower               .(n

booklet                                     bowl            .




bookseller                                   bowman                             :(n)s>easB3

boon                                         box   :(n )~?>~&

 boor          ,                             boxing                     :




boot           :
                                             boy   .




 booth jj                                    boycott (v.t.)"a&5d5a
 border                 '(n.)>oii3;          boyhood                            :
bra                                         16                                                  ,   bro
bracelet                    :                    brick
bracket                                          bnde
brag    :
                                                 bndegroom
braid       .



                                                 bridle

brain                                            bnef    .-




brainless                           :            brigade
brake           .                                bnght            :(

bran    :                                        brighten
branch                  .                        brightness                               :(n

brand               :
                                                 brilliance                       ^



brandish                                         bnlliarTt

brass           :



bravado :(n.)oopoco                              bnm
brave :(a.)^SSu rto                              brine

bravery :(nJg                                    bnng         :



brawl           :                                bnnjal           :




brawn                                            brink

bray :(v.
brazen                  :
                                                 bnstle           .




breach                  :
                                                 brittle,

bread r                                          broach
 breadth                        :
                                                 broad            :




 break                                           broadcast                                :




                                                 broaden
 breakage                               :
                                                 brochure                             :



 breaker                        :(               broken
 breakfast                                       broken-hearted


                                                  broker                  :
 breast:(n.)S^So3j;
 breath                     :
                                                  brokerage                               :



 breathe                            :             bronchitis                              :



 breathless                                       bronze                  :


 breed                                            brood :(v.t.

 tweeze                         :                 brook               :


  brevity                   :                     broom                   :


  bribe                                           brother                     :
bro                                                  _17                                                  cab
brow            [                                          burn '(vt.)seoj;                        (vi)
bruise                                                     burrow
brush                                                      bursary
brutal                                                     burst
brutally                            ,
                                                           bury       .




brute                                                      bush
                                                           business                        :



bubble                          ,(n.                       bust .(n
bucket                          ,(n                        bustle             .



                                                                          -

buckle                      :(                             busy
bud
budge                                                      butcher
                            :(v         i
                                            )geso;
                                                           butter
budget
                                                           butterfly                   .



buffalo                                                    butter-milk
buffoon                             ,                      buttock                 .




bug
        -
                                                           button                 '(n
build           :
                                                           buy
building                            :
                                                           buyer
bulb
            '
                                                           buzz
bulk     ,


                                                                  '


nulky ,(a,)eyj
             ~                                             bye
                                                                                   -
bull                                                       bygone
bullet              :
                                                           by-lane :(n)3oSo
bulletin                        :
                                                           by-product                          :



bullion                             (n )"2>o&              by-stander
bullock                         :




bully                                                      byword                  ,



bulwark                             :(n.)ojCb83;

bump
bunch                       :
                                                           cab    .(n.)tpcso7i
bund                :
                                                           cabbage                         .


bundle                          ;
                                                           cabin (n)a;
bungle                          :
                                                           cabinet
buoyancy                                    .(n.

burden                                                     cable. (n.)"acpS>;
burglar                         i
                                                           cablegram
burial                  .
     cad                                                                                                                                                   cap
                                                                           18
i    cadet                     :
                                       (n.)                                      cancel                 :                                   e&
                                                                                                                       (v.t.)

     cafe          :
                               (n.)                 s$                           cancellation                                       :
                                                                                                                                            (n.f
     cage              :
                                   (n.)                                          Cancer                        :
                                                                                                                        (n.)                g
     cajole                    :
                                       (v.t.)

     cajolery                          :
                                            (n.)                                candid                 :
                                                                                                                       (a.)
     cake              :
                                   (n.)                                         candidate                               :
                                                                                                                                (n.)
                 5*lj,
     calamitous : (aj                                                           candidature                                     :
                                                                                                                                        (n.)

     calamity:                              (n.)                                candle:                            (n.)                 ^
                                                                                                                                        *~
     calcination                                :
                                                                                candour                            :
                                                                                                                        (n.)
                                                        (n.)
     calculable                             :
                                                    (a.)                        candy          :
                                                                                                               (n.)

     calculate: (vt. &v.i.                                                      cane       :
                                                                                                   (n.)                     1

    catenation                                                                  canker:
                                                :
                                                        (n.)    ss,                                             (n.)

    calendar:                                              fooss>               cannon                 :               (n.)
                                            (n.)
                                                                                cannibal
    calender:                               (n.)           t*                                                  :
                                                                                                                        (n.)

    caJf:(n.)                                                                   canoe          :
                                                                                                           (n.)
    cafl   :       (v.f.                                                        canon          :
                                                                                                           (n.)

    cafibre: (a.)                                                               canteen                    :
                                                                                                                       (n.)

    ca^rg                  :
                                   (n.)
                                                                                canto      :
                                                                                                       (n.)

    caBistfienics                                   :
                                                         (n.)                cantonment                                     :



    caious                     :       (a)
                                                                             canvas                :
                                                                                                               (n.)
    calm       :
                   {at}                                                      canvass                        :
                                                                                                                        (v.t.                   &   v.L)


    cairaness:                                                              cap    :
                                                                                           (n.)
                                                                                                                       Safeco,
                                                                            capabiGty:                                  (n.)                    f

                                                                            capable:                            (a.)                    *
                                                                            capacrty                   :
                                                                                                                   (n.)



                                                                            cape       :   (n.}

                                                                            capfcry:                           ^
                                                                            capital        :
                                                                                                       fti.J

                                                                                 5s            {a.>
                                                                      W)    capftafisra:

                                   :
                                           (n.)
                                                                            capitalist                 :
                                                                                                                ft.)
                                       fri.)
                                                                            capitation                     :
                                                                                                                       (rrj
       :           (n.)                             3           ,
                                                                           capitulate                      :
                                                                                                                       (vl)

canal                                                                      caprice; fa
           ;
                   (n.)
                                                                           capridous : (rr.)
                   :
                           (n,)
                                                                           capricom : (n.)
cap                                                                                                 cau

capsize-(v.t                                    cartilage :(n.
captain                                         cartoon.
caption                     .


                                                cartridge                       -(n.
captivate                           .

                                                carve          -(v t                ja
captivating                                     case
                        '


captive                                         cash       :



capture                 :                       cashew                      :(n             )

                                                cashier
car                                             cask       .




carat '(n                       )               casket                 .



caravan                         :               cast   .



carbon                                          caste              :




carbuncle                                       castigate                       :


                                -
carcass                                         casting                    :(n.

card                                            castle .
            :(n.)es>o;
cardamom                                        castor-oil                          :




cardinal                        :
                                                castrate                    :




cars                                            casual                 .




 (V.I
                                                casualty :(n                                    )


career          .



careful             .



                                                cat
careless                            .


                                                catalogue:
carelessness                                .

                                                catamaran                               :

caress              .

                                                catapult                    :


cargo                                           cataract                    .


carnal          :
                                                catarrh                    :{
carnivore
                                                catastrophe                                     .




                                                catch
carnivorous                             :
                                                                                            -

                                                categorical
                                                category                        :



carol       ;                                   cater          :



carpenter                                       caterpillar :(n.

carpentry                                       cathedral

carpet                                          cattle             :




carnage                         :               cauldron                        :



                                                cauliflower                             :
carry
cart    .
                                                causative                           :
caii                                  20                                  cfta

cause                         (vt.)        certify
                                                        -




                                           cervix       :(

caustic           :                        cess
caution           :(n.                     cessation
cavalry           :
                                           cesspool
cave                                       chafe
caveat        :                            chaff   :


cavern        :                            chain
cavity   :



                                           chair   :(

                                           chairman
                                                    -
                                           chalk

                                           challenge                 :(

                                           chamber :(n.)^a
                                           chameleon :(n.)5*oS;
celebration:
                                           champion                  :(

                                           chance
cetebrity:(n.)|3&|

                                            ^
                                           chancellor                 :




                                           change

                                           channel           :



                                           chant
censor            i
                                           chaos
censure                                    chap    :(n.)fco;
census            :
                                           chapter
                                                             '




centenajy                                  character             :



centipede                                  charcoal
central       :
                                           charge
centre
century               :
                                           chariot          :(n.
cereal    :
                                           charioteer
                              So.          charitable
ceremoriy                                   fo
certain
                                           charity      .




certainly                 :                charm
certamty                  :
                                           charming              :


cerfiScate
                                           chart
cha                                    2                                                            cry

charter              .




chase            :                         chitchat                 :


chaste               :                     chivalrous                         :




chasten                                    chivalry             :




chastise                                   choice           :



chat     :                                 choke
chatter              ;                     cholera
cheap            :                         choose
cheat:
                                           chonf                :



check            :


cheek            :                         chorus               .



cheer        :
                                           choultry
-cheese                  :
                                           Christianity                           :



 chemist                                   Christmas
chemistry                         .        chronic

cheque                                     chronicle                      :
                              (n)3f;
cherish                  :                 chonological
chess
chest                                      church
chew                                       churchyard                                 :




chicken                      '.
                                           chum             :




 chide                                     cigar
 chief                                     cigarette                    .



                                            cinema                  :




 child       :(n.)
                                            cipher              :




 childhood                                  circle :(n.)

 childish                                   circular                 :(


 childlike                                  circulate                   :




 chill                                      circumcision                                  :




 chilli                                     circumstance
                                            circus
 chimney                                                        :



 chin
 china-ware                                 crtizen

 chip                                       city    :




                                            civic       :                                     So.
                                            civil
 chirp :(vi.)sroSi5                                 :




 chisel :(                                  civilization
                                                                                               col

civilized                    :
                                                  cloth :(n)ou

claim    :                                        dot he           :




clairvoyance                                  :   cloud        :




clamour                          :(
                                                  dove         :




clamp                :(n.)oo&>                    down             :




clan :(n.)3                                       club    :(n

clandestine                               :       due     :



dap      :(vi.)33\ti*ig                           dumsy                    :



clarify              :                            cluster :(n)foO;

clasp            :                                dutch                :



class            :                                coach :(n)co&
classic                      :(n)                 coal    :


classical                         :(a)            coarse                   :




dssify :{vt)                                      coast            :


class-mate                                :(n)    cobbler                      :



                                                  cobra:
 daw     :(                                       cobweb                           :



 dean                :(a)                         cock         :


                                                  cockroach                                :



 cleanliness                                      coconut                          :


 dear        :(a                                  code             :

 deave                   :
                                                  coercion                             :


 cleft   :
                                                  coffee                   :(n)s*{>
 demency                              :
                                                   coffin              :


 clergy                  :
                                                   coin:
 clerk       :
                                                   coincide :(vi)>J$3o3>
 dever                   :
                                                   coir       :i

 cHent               :
                                                   cold:
                                                   colic:
 dimate
                                                   collapse                            :

 dtmax
  cfimfa             i
                                                   coHeague:
                                                   collect;
  ding           :


                                                   collection:
  dip    :


  dock                                             college
  dose                                             cotoy:
  dot        :
                                                   collude                         :
col                                                     23
colony           :                                           complaint                     :




                                                             complement                                     :




colour       :



comb     :



combat               1                                       compJexlon                                 :




combine                  :(vt)3eb)
                                                             complication                                        '.




combustible                            :(                    compliment
come :(vi):sck}
comedy                   .                                   comply    :




                                                             compose                       :




comely           :(                                          composition                                        -.




comet        l                                               compost               :




comfort :(                                                   comprehension                                                .




comfortable                         :(
                                                             compress
                                                                                           -

comic        :(                                              comprise
                                                                                                                '

command :(                                                   compromise
commence                           '(                        compulsion
commend :(                                                   compulsory                                     :




comment'                     :,<                             compute               :




commentary (n) s                                             conceal           .(vt)zs;fc

commerce ^                                                   concede               .




commission :(                                                conceit       :




committee                         :(                         concentration                                            .



                                                                                       >


commodity                          :(                        concern
common                       .(

communicate                                 :(               concession
                                                                                                            '




community                          :(                        conciliation                               ;



                                                                               '

companion                          :(                        concise
company                      :(n)3o&:ta;          CLU        conclude
compare                      :(vt)3ej}                       conclusion                                 :




comparison :(                                                concrete                  ;




compassion -(                                                concur
compel :(                                                    condemn                           :




compensation                                 :(              condense                              .-




compete                      :(
                                                             condition                         :(


competition                            :(
                                                             condole               :




complain                     :(
                                                             condone                       :
 ron
 conduct               :                            contest                    :




 conduction                            :            context                    :




 cone   :(n)?o                                      continent
 conference                                         continue                           :




 confess           :                                continuous
 confidence                            :            contract                   :




confirm        ,(vt)

 confiscate                    :                   contradict                              :




conflict                                           contrary                        :




confuse            :                               contribution

congratulation :(n)>c;5oB;$                        control

congress                   :
                                                   controversy
conjunction                                :       convection
connection                         :               convenience
conquer :(vt)ttcoio3>                              convent
conqueror                      :                   convention                                  :



conscience                         :
                                                   converge
conscious                      :                   converse                            :



consent        :                                   convert                 :




consequence                                    :
                                                   convey
consider           :
                                                   convict             :



consign        :(                                  convuteioA                              :


consist    :
                                                   cook        :(vt.)
console        :
                                                   cool    :


consonant                      :




conspiracy                     :
                                                   copper              i



constant           :
                                                   copy        :



constitution :(n                                   coral       :



                                                   cork :(n)ceo
construct              :
                                                   com
consult    :
                                                   comer
consume                :
                                                   coronation
consumption :
                                                   corps
                                                   corpse          :


cdrvtain   :
                                                   correct         :


contemporary
                                                   correspondence
fiontentment
cor                                                 25                                                         cru
corridor                                :                creeper                          :




corrupt                         .                        cremate                              :




cosmopolitan                                             crescent
 Ho                                                      crest         :




cost                                                     cricket                      :




cot     :                                                crime            .




cotton                      :                            criminal                         :




cough                       :                            crimson                              :




council                         :(i                      cringe               :




counsel                                 :                cripple                      :




count                                                    cnsis            :




counterfeit                                              crisp        :




country                             :




couple                      :
                                                         critic   :
                                                                              (n.)
                                                         criticise
courage                                 :                                                 :(

                                                         criticism                            :(

course                      :
                                                         croak            :(

court           :                                        crockery :(n)ionc5
courtesy                                    :            crocodile                                    :(

cover           ;
                                                         crooked                          :(

coward                          :                        crop     :




crab        :                                            crore        :




crack           :                                        cross            :




cradle                  :
                                                         cross-eyed                                        :




craft       ,                                            crouch
crash               :                                    crow     :(n)s"2
crave           .                                        crow-bar                                 :




crawl           :                                        crowd
cream                   :                                crown            ;




create                  :                                crucial              :


creation                            :                    crucible :(n)Sar*3
creator                                                  crucify :(vt)5>eoS"ScBa3
creature                            :                    cruel    :



credit          :
                                                         cruelty              :


credulous                                       :        crude :(a)"arua
creed           :
                                                         cruiser                  :


creep           :                                        crumb                r
cru                                                26
crumble                            .                    curriculum
crush                                                   curry
                                                                    '




crust              :
                                                        curry-leaf
crutch                                                  curse
cry    :
                                                        cursory
cryptic                    :                            curt

crystal                    .                            curtail         ,



cub                                                     curtain
cube               :                                    curvature
cube root                                               curve
cubit :(n                                               cushion
cuckoo                         :                        custodian
cucumber                                       :
                                                        custody
cudgel                     :                            custom
culpable                               :
                                                        customary
culprit                .                                customer                            .




cult       :                                            cut
cultivate                          .
                                                        cutchery                        :



cultivation                                    :
                                                        cutlery             :




cultivator                                 :            cut-throat
culture                    :
                                                        cycle       :




cumbersome                                              cyclic          :



cumin                  .
                                                        cyclone                     :




cunning                                                 cylinder                    .




cup                                                     cynic       .



cupboard                                       :
                                                        cynicism
Cupid                  .
                                                        cyst    :


curb               :                                    czar    :



curd               :



cure
                                                                                                D
                                       -

curiosity                                               dab
cunous                                                  daco'rt             :

curl           :
                                                        dacoity                 :



currency                                   :
                                                        dad
current                                                 daffodil

                                                        dagger                  :
jai
                                                                                    dec
                                                  *


daily                             deadly
daintiness                  .(n
                                  deaf .(a )3fit3

dainty
                                  deafness :(n
dais                              deal (n )<p

dal :(n                           dealer (n )ss
        )33y
                                  dear    :

dally   :




                                  dearth
damage                  :




damn *(vt);po<ioC5j               death
                                  death-blow                          :


damp
                                  debar -(vt)wgfto3j
dampness
damsel
                                  debase              .




                                  debate
dance

                                  debility             (n.)oo&-a
danger
                                  debit       .


dangerous
dangle
                    '             debris              (n);                3^
                                  debt
dare (vt
                                  debtor              '(n
danng
                                  decade -(
                                                                      '
                                  decadence
darkness
darling .(n                 )>    decamp                  .




darn        .                     decay           .




dart    :                         decayed                     .(a)|Sbgss
dash                              decease
dastard *(n.)UI&p&>               deceit          :




 date       .
                                  deceitful

 dated
                '
                                  deceive                 -(v.t           )~ar-aS
 datura                           decency                     ,(n
                                                      *
                                  decent
                                                                  '



 daughter-in-law                  deception
                                  decide .(v.t
 dauntlessly
 dawdle                 :(vf      decidedly                       .




 dawn           :
                                  decimal '(

 day    ,                         decipher                    :




                                   decision                   :(n
 daylong
                                   decisive                   :(a
 dazzling
 dead           '(a
dec.                                                                                                       dem
declaration                              .                         deficient

declare                 :                                          deficit

decline                 .
                                                                   define
                            (v.i
                                                                   definite            :




decoction                                                          definition
                                                                   deflect
decomposed                                   :(
                                                                                   .




decorate                                                           deformity                       :




decoration
decorum                                                            defy    :




decoy           :(                                                 degenerate                          r



decrease                                     (v.i.)#fc(v.t)dAo2j   degree :(n.)e>

decree                                                             deify :(v.t.)B
            -

decry                                                              deity       :



dedicate                                                           dejection
deduce                                                             delay
deduct                                                             delegate                    :


deed                                                               deliberate :(a
deem        -(v.t,                                                 delicacy
deep    :
                                                                   delicate                :



deer                                                               delicious
deface              :
                                                                   delight         :



defalcate                                                          delinquent: (a
defamation                                                         deiinum
defamatory                                                         deliver         :


defame
default             :                                              deliverance
defaulter                                                          delivery
defeat          :



defect          :                                                  delude          :


                                                                                   '
defective                       :
                                                                   deluge
defence                                                            demand                  :



defend              :
                                                                   demeanour
defendant                           :
                                                                   demerit             :

defer   :
                                                                   demise          :


defiance                    :
                                                                   democracy
deficiency                          .-
                                                                   demolish
    dem                                                      29
.demon                 .                                          depression
1
    demonstrate                                :




    demur
    den                                                           deprive
    denial     :                                                  depth
    denominator                                                   derelection                      :




    denote             :
                                                                  dende
    denounce                                                      derision
                                                                                               '


    dense          :
                                                                  derivation
                                                                           '
                                                                  derive
    dent     (n
    dental
                   '

                                                       So.        derogatory                           :




    dentist            .                                            .



                                                                  descend .(v.t.)a?b;
    dentition
                                                                  descendant                               .

    denunciation
                                                                  descent              :



    deny   ,


                                                                  describe
                                                                                           -


                   -

    depart
                                                                  description                          :


    department                                                    desert
    departure                                                     deserve              .



    depend                                                        deserving                    :



    dependant                                                     design       .


               '


    depict
                                                                  designation                                  :



    deplorable
    deplore                :
                                                                  desirable
    deponent                                                      desire
    deportment                             :
                                                                  desist   .



    depose                                                        desk     (n          ))opeo uo
                                                                  desolate                 :



    deposit                .

                                                                  despair          .



    deposition                         :
                                                                  despatch
                                                                                               '




    depot      .
                                                                  desperate                        .




    deprave                    ,




    depravity                      :
                                                                  despicable                       :



    depreciation                                   :
                                                                  despite          :




    depredation                                .
                                                                  despoil          :


                               -

    depress                                                       despot
    depressed                          :                          destination                      :
dee
destiny                    .
                                               dew        :



destitute                      :               dewiap
                                                                                      -
                                               dexterous
destroy                    :



destruction                            :
                                               diabetes                   .




destructive                            :
                                               diabolical. (a

detach                 :                       diagnose                                    .




detail     :

                                                                                  '

detain         :                               diagnosis
detect         :                               diagonal                   :




detective                                      diagram
                                               dial   i




detention                          :           dialect
deter                                          dialogue                   :(n.

deterforation                              :   diameter
determination                                  diametrically
deterniine                         :



detest         :                               diamond                    .


                                                                                       '
dethfione                                      diaphragm
detract            r                           diarrohea                      .




                                               diary          :



devastation                            :



develop                    :



development                                :   dictation                  :(n.)e;
deviate            :



                                               dictator               :


devt   :                                       dictatorial                    :



devish                 :                       diction            :



devious                    :
                                               dictionary                     :



devise         :                               dictum             :


devoid         :(                              die :(n.)>OS;
devolve                :



devote                 :(v.t)dSo3r/Voci);
                                               diet   :




                                               differ     :



devoted                    :                   difference                     :



devotee                    :                   different :(a
devotion                       :               difficult          :


devour             :


devout         :                               diffident              :
                                                31                                                   _dis
 diffuse                            (v.t )a          diplomat
                                                            '

 dig                                                 dire

 digest                                              direct:(a



 digestion .(n)                                   direction

 digit :(n.)c?o";

 dignified                              :
                                                  director              :




 dignitary                              .
                                                  dirge         .


                            -

 dignity

 digression                                      dirty      :




 dilapidated                                .
                                                 disability .(n
 dilate             :
                                                 disable
                                '

dilatory                                         disadvantage
dilemma                             -




diligence                                        disaffection
                            '


diligent                                         disagree                   :




dilute
                                                 disagreeable
dim            :(


dimension                                        disallow               :



diminish
                                                 disappear                          .(

diminutive
                                                 disappoint                         .


                        -

dimple                                           disappointment                                  :


din    '(n,)
                                                 disapprove                             .(vt.)
dine                                             disarm

                                                 disarrange                         :




ding-dong                                       disaster            .




dinner                                          disastrous                          .




                                                disavow             :



dint       :
                                                disband             .




dip    .
                                                disbelieve                      :




diphtheria                                      disburse :(vt)3oci)
                            -

diploma                                         disc    :



diplomacy                                       discard
 gte                                                                                                dts
discern          :
                                                          disdain
                                                                         -




 discerning                                               disease            :




discharge,                                                disembark                      :



disciple         :
                                                          disengage                      :




                                                          disentangle
disclaim             :
                                                          disfavour
disc^e               '



                                                          dsfigure
disclosure                                                dr   j>

discomfort                           :



disconcert :(vt.)$o?ss3i
disconnect                               .
                                                         disgorge
discontentment                                   :
                                                         disgrace                :



discontinue                                  :



dscord
                                                         disguise
discount             .




discountenance                                       :               -

                                                         disgust
discourage                           :(vt.)tt            cfslt   :


d scourse
 ?
                             :
                                                         dishearten
discourteous                                             dishonest:
discourtesy                              :
                                                         dishonour                   .



discover         :
                                                         dishonourable
discoverer                   :




discovery                .
                                                         disillusion
discredit        :
                                                         disinfect       :



dtscreet     :




discrepancy
discretion               :
                                                         disintegrate                    :



discriminate
                                                         disinterested.
discus   :
                                                         disk
                                                                 :(n.)jo^                    fig;
discuss      :
                                                         dislike
                                                                :(v.L)3j^o3j
                                                         dislocate (v.t ) lo tj2)
                                                                         :



discussion                       :
dis                                                       33                                                          dis

disloyal* (a                                                   disregard
oismal    .                                                    disrepute
dismantle                                                      disrespect                  :(n

dismay        :                                                disruption
dismiss                   (v.t)5 ofto3j;
                                           1J
                                                    rt5        dissatisfaction
                                                               dissect     .




dismissal                 .                                    dissection                      (n

disobedient                                                    dtssembte                   :




disobey :(v.t.& vi)                                            disseminate
disorder                                                       dissension                      :




disown
                  '
                                                               dissent

 disparage                                                     dissertation

 disparity            .                                        disservice

 dispassionately                                :              dissident:
                                                               dissimilar              .



          '


 oispel                                                        dissipation                         .




 cispensary                                                    dissociate                      .
                                  r(n.)2.

 cispensation                                                  dissociation

 cispense (v.t)2oO"2>oj                                        dissolute.                          (


 disperse
                          -
                                                               dissolution                         .




 dispirited                                                    dissolve        :


                                                                                                           <
 displace :                                                    dissuade (v.t):&a                               $os>
 display                                                       distance            :




 displease                                                     distant     :


                                   -                                           -


 displeasure                                                   distaste
                                                                distil   :(v.L)wac
 dispose
                                                                               :
                                                                distilFery

 disposition                           :                        distinct.
                                                                distinction                        '(n

  dispute             .                                         distinguish                            :


                              '

  disqualify

  a,squiet                .
                                                                distinguished,

  disquisition                                                  distort
 dis                                          34                                             dou
 distract                        .(v.               dodge
 distress                            .              doe        -(n

 distribute .(v.t.)2oOl>oj                          dog        :



district                                            dogged
 distrust                        :
                                                    dogma                  .




 disturb                         :(v.               dogmatism                          -(n

 disunite                         :(v.              doing          '(n.)^
 disuse                      :
                                                    dole       :



ditch :(n

ditto        :                                      dolt   :



ditty    :
                                                   domain                  :


divan            :                                 dome
dive     ;




divergence                                :        domestic                        :




diverse                      :
                                                   domesticate
diversion                             :
                                                   domicile                    .




divert           :
                                                   dominant                        :



divest               :(v.                          dominate                        :



divide           :(v.                              dominion
dividend :                                         donation


divmfty              :
                                                   donkey              .




division                 :
                                                   donor           -(n.)otJ
divisor
                                                   doom:(n)^;
divorce                  :
                                                   door        ,(n.)

divulge                  :
                                                   door-sill               .


dizzy    :
                                                   dose        :


do   :



dociie           :
                                                   dotage          :




dock         :
                                                   dote    :


doctor               :
                                                   double          :
                                                                           (a
doctrine
                                                   double-dealer.
document                                           doubt :
dou                                          35
doubtful                                          drill       (v.t         Je
doubtless                                                     (n)
doughty                                       dnnk                     ,



            '

dove
down            1

                            (adv   &p)jlo;    drip :(v                i.)so
downfaU                                       dnve            .(

downpour                       .(n.

downstairs                                    driver          :


                    -

dowry                                         dnzzle

                                              droll       .




dozen (n.)3o(3o&i                             drone               :



draft   :                                                         '


                                              droop
drag    :

                                              drop
drag-net '.(n)l>g

dragonfly                     (n
                                              dropsy                  .(

dram        :(n
                                              drought                  .(

drainage                                      drove           :(

                                              drown               :(v.t.)iSjooC3b(v
                                                                                                 6
                                                                                        DJSjoSfta ^)
drama               .

                                              drowsiness                        -(n.)3&>S3otfc
drastic                 .



                                              drudgery. (n.)a>s^.)                       s^^s    3^
draw    :


                                              drug        .(
drawback
                                              drum            *(
drawer                  .



                                              drunkard
drawing.
dread                                         dry             (a.p
                                              dual
dreadful

dreadless                                     dualism

dream                                         dubious                  ,

                    .(n.)2o
                                              ducat           .
dreary
drench                                        duck
dress.                                        duct
                                              ductile
                                                                                                                                                      ear
due                                                               36
due     :
                            (a.)                                       dwelling                           :       (n.)

                                                                       dwindle                        :           (v.l.)


duel                                                                   dye:           (n.)                        Soto               (v.t.)
                                                                                                                                                 oj
            :        (n.)                       85085
duffer:                         (n.)                                   dynamo                             :
                                                                                                                  (n.)


duke            :
                            (n.)                                       dynasty                        :           (n.)

                                                                       dysentery                                      :
                                                                                                                              (n.)
dull    :       (a.)

                                                                       dyspepsia                                          :
                                                                                                                               (n.)
dullard                     :
                                        (n.)

 duly       :
                        (adv.)                                         dysury                     :           (n.)


 dumb                   :
                                (a.)

 dunce:                             (n.)

 dune           :
                            (n.)
                                                                       each:                  (a.                     &pro.)
 dung               :           (n.)                *te

 dungeon                                :
                                                (n.)
                                                                       eager              :
                                                                                                      (a.)

 dunghill                           :
                                            (n.)
                                                                       eagerness                                          :
                                                                                                                               (n.)
 duodenum                                       :
                                                    (n.)
                                                                       eagle              :
                                                                                                      (n.)                      (Kg
 dupe               :
                                (v.t.)

 duplicate                                  :
                                                (n.)         6,        ear    :       (n.)                                3a,
 duplicity: (n.)                                                       eardrum                                :
                                                                                                                          (n.)

 durable                            :
                                            (a.)                       ear!       :       (n.)
      3t3                                                              early: (a.)
            fc3

 duration                               :       (n.)                   earn           :           (v.t,)

 duress                         :           (n.)       IP   &>         earnest                            :
                                                                                                                      (a.)           ^S
 during                         :
                                            (p.)                       earnestly                                      :
                                                                                                                               (adv.)



 dusk:                          (n.)                                   earnest-money                                                  :
                                                                                                                                          (n.)

 dust           :
                            (n.)                                       earnings                                   :
                                                                                                                              (n.)

 duster:                                (n.)                            earpick:                                      (n.)           tt&D

 dusty                      :
                                        (a.)                            earring                       :
                                                                                                                  (n.)

                                                                        earshot:                                      (n.)

 dutiful                    :
                                        (a.)                            earth                 :           (n.)

 duty               :               (a.)

                                                                        earthen                               :
                                                                                                                          (a,)

 dwarf                      :
                                    (n.)                                earthenware                                              :
                                                                                                                                     (n.)

 dwell                  :           (vl)                                earthly                       :
                                                                                                                  (a.)
ear                                                 _37
earthquake                                                edge      .




earthwork                    :                            edible                (


earth-worm                                .               edict (n

ease            (n       )Z                               edifice               :(


                                                          edit -(vt

easily                                                    edition                   (



easiness
east                                                      editor            .(


eastward                                                  editorial

easy
        '

                                                          educate

easy-chair,                           (n                  educated                          '(a.)

                                                          education
                                                                                                  '

eatable             .                                     educationist

eater
            '

                                                          educator                          -(n   J

                '


eating                                                    efface
eau     (n )>&>                                           effect.

eavesdrop                        :




ebb                                                       effectively                        .




ebony           :                                         effeminate

ebullient

 3^0                                                      effervescence -(n.)>oro
eccentnc                                                  efficacy

eccentricity                                              efficiency                        -(

echo                                                      effficient :(a

eclat    -(n                                              effigy

eclipse              :                                    efflux        .




                                                          efffort           .



                                                                                        '

economical,                                   :(a         effusion

economics
economist                            .'
                                                          ego:
Bconomy                                                   egoism
                                                          egoistic. (a.
                         -

ecstasy                                                   egregious.
                                                                                     emb
eight (n& a             ps            eliminate

eighteen- (n& a                       elimination -(n                         J-iT


eighty (n& a )<D&s3                   elite .(n

either: (a&            pro )"3et5P    elixir   (n )s>

                                      ellipse      (nO

eject                                 ellipsis .(n
                                                                '
elaborate          (                  elocution
elastic     .(                       elongate               .




elasticity                           elope     .




elate                                eloquence                          :(n
                                                            -
elation                              eloquent
etbow                                else
elder                                  (a

elderiy                              elucidate              .




elect                                elucidation
Section                              elude
elector
                                     elysium            (


electricity                          emaciate               :

              -
                                                                    -
etectnfy                             emaciated
etegance          :(n.)^r,           emanate            .




                                                                          -

                                     emancipation
etegy   .
                                     emasculate
element       .
                                     embank         :



elementary                           embark
elephant          '{

elephantiasis                        embarrass
eievate
eievation
                                     embarrassment                             {n
eleven (n.& a            )3S^        embassy            .


elf   (n)5>^csacj                    embers        :(
^'icit .(vt   )odSx55tPK:            embezzle           :




                                     embitter      .
emb                                                                                                                                                      end
                                                                      39
emblem       :
                         (n.)                                              emporium                        :
                                                                                                                   (n.)

embodiment                                   :
                                                  (n.)                     empower                     :
                                                                                                                   (vt.)

embody           :
                             (v.t.)                                        empress                 :
                                                                                                               (n.)

emboss           :
                             (v.t.)                     d                  emptiness                           :
                                                                                                                       (n.)

embrace                  :
                                         (v.t.)                            empty           :
                                                                                                       (a.)                                              (vt)



embroidery                               :
                                                 (n.)                      emulate             :
                                                                                                           (vt.)

embryo:                  (n.)                                              enable          :
                                                                                                   (vt.)

emerald          :
                                 (n.)                                      enact       :
                                                                                               (vt.)

emerge       :
                             (v.i.)                                        encash              :
                                                                                                       (vt.)

emergency                                :
                                                 (n.)                      enchant                 :
                                                                                                               (vt.)


emergent:                                (vi.)                             enchanted                               :
                                                                                                                            (a.)

emigrant                 :
                                     (vi.)                                 enchanter                           :
                                                                                                                           (n.)

 emigrate                :
                                     (vi.)                                 enchantment                                         :    (n)

 emigration                          :
                                                 (n.)                      encircle                :
                                                                                                           (vt.)

 eminence                        :
                                             (n.)                          enclose                 :
                                                                                                               (vt.)
                                                                                                               x   *


 eminent             :           (a.)                                      enclosure                           :           (n.)

 eminently                       :
                                             (adv.)                        encompass                                       :       (vt.)

 emissary                    :
                                         (n.)                              encounter:                                      (n.)                          (vt.)

 emit   :
            (vt.)                                                             oaood>                                       (vi.)

 emolument                                   :
                                                  (n.)                     encourage                                   :
                                                                                                                               (vt.)

 emotion                 :
                                     (n.)                                   encouragement                                                :
                                                                                                                                                  (n.)

 emotional                           :
                                                 (a.)           so.

 emperor                     :
                                     (n.)               3                   encroach                           :
                                                                                                                           (vt.)


 emphasis                            :
                                                 (n.)                       encumbrance:                                             (n.)

 emphasize                                   :    (vt.)                     encyclopaedia                                            :
                                                                                                                                             (n.)

 emphatic                        :
                                             (a.)

 empire          :
                             (n)                                            end    :
                                                                                               (n.)

 empirical                       :
                                             (a.)
                                                                              oSij                         (vt.)


 employ              :
                                 (vt.)             ,
                                                                            endanger                               :
                                                                                                                               (vt.)


 employee                                :
                                                 (n.)

 employer                            :
                                                 (n.)
                                                                            endear:                            (vt.)


 employment                                        :
                                                         (n.)               endearing                                  :
                                                                                                                               (a.)          'j




                                                                            endearment                                         :
                                                                                                                                    (n.)
end                                             40                                                      em
endeavour.                                           enlighten                      :




                                                     enlightened                                :




ending   :                                           enlist   .




endless                                              enliven
endorse                                              enmity           :



endow        .                                       ennoble                  .-




endowment                                            enormous
endurance                            :
                                                     enough                   :(n

endure       .
                                                     enquire                  :(vt              .




enduring                     :
                                                     enrage               .



enema        :
                                                     enrapt           :




enemy        ;                                       enrich

energetic                        .                   enrol    :




energy                                               enshrine                      .-




enfeeble                 :
                                                     ensign           r



enforce              :                               ensue
engage               :                               ensure
engagement                                           entanglement
                                                     enter        (vt.

engine           :
                                                     enterprise                             r




engineer                     :                       entertain                     :




English              :                               entertainment

Englishman                               :



en grave                 i                           enthrone
engross                  :                           enthusiasm                                     .




engulf       :                                       entice           :



enhance                      :                       entire       :




enigma               :                               entitled

enjoin       :
                                                     entity       :




enjoy    :
                                                     entrance                           :



                                                                          *
                                                      entrap
 enjoyment                               :(n.         entreat                 :(vt

 enlarge                 :
                                                      entreaty                     .
t                                            41                                                  esc
                                                                     '

trust:                                            equator
try                                               equilateral                 ,
                                                                                  (a

twine                                             equilibrium                     .



                                                                     '

jmerate                          .                equinox
jmeration                                :        equFp     :




jn elation                           .            equipment                   .




velop                .(vt.)33y

velope                       ."(n                 equitable
viable                                            equity        .(n.)

vious                .
                                                  equivalent
                                                  equivocal

voy      :                                        era

vy   i                                            eradicate                   :(vt

jhemeral
)hemeris                                          erase         :(vt

                                                  ere :(adv, p                        &   conj
icurean
                             *

)idemic                                           erect

Didermis                                          erection               ,




Digram                   :                        erosion
                                                  err   .




Disode                   :                        errand
Distle .(n                                        errant

Ditaph               .                            erratic



Ditome                   .(                       erroneous
Ditomize                                          error     .
                                                                (n       )
                                                                             say ,
Doch         .                                    erudite :(a

                                                  erudition

quality              :
                                                  eruption :(n.)f*tQeo;

Dually           :
                                                  escape                     :(vt         &
quation
                                                  eschew
 esc                                        42
                                                                                -
 escort                                           evacuate

 especially                                       evacuation

 espionage                                        evade
                                                                                    -

 espousal                 :
                                                  evaporate
 espouse                  .(vt)~2>o(r>&i;         evaporation

                                                                            '

 essay        '(f\.)s                             evasion

 essayist (n                                      evasive               :




 essence                  (n                      eve
essential *(a                                     even


essentially                       :               evenhanded                            :



establish                 ;
                                                 evening                ;




established                           ,(         evenly             :



establishment                                    event
estate        ,                                  eventful
esteem                                           ever
esteemed^:                                       everlasting                        :



esthetics
                                                 every      r




estimable                 :
                                                 evict
estimate                                         evidence
estimation                    :
                                                 evident,
                      *

estrange                                         evidently
estrangement                                     evil
                                                                (a.)3g;
estuary           :




eternal           (                              evince         :



etemfty           i
                                                 evoke
ether                                            evolution
ethics    r
                                                 evolve
etiquette                                        ewe    :



etymology                                        exact      -(a
eutogy        .(n
                                                 exacting
eunuch                                                          -

                                                 exactly
exa                                           43                                                         exp
"exaggerate                                        excursion

exaggeration                              :        excuse                     .




exalt

exalted                                            execute
examination                           :            execution :
axamme                :                            executive                                  .




examinee                      .
                                                   exemplary
examiner                  :




example                                            exempt                         i




exasperation                              :        exercise                           :



excavate                                           exert          .
                          :(vt.)(tK>j
exceed                                             exhale                 :(v

exceedingly                           :            exhaust                            :



                                                   exhaustive
                                                   exhibit

sxcept        :                                    exhibition                                 .




exception                                          exhilarating
                                                   exhort                 .




xceptional                                         exhume                             .




-xcess

-xcessively                                        exigency                               :(n       )


.xchange                                           exile      .




                                                   exist      .




.xcise    .                                        exit   .




-xcite                                             ex     officio                                 -(a&
xcrtement                         :




xclaim            :                                exonerate                                  .




xclude                                             exorbitant :(a
                                                                      >
xclusion                      :                    exotic                 (

                                  t

xclusively                                         expand                     .




 :connmunication                                   expansion
 <crete                                            expatiate                              .




 ccretion                 :
                                                   expatriate                                 :
exp                                                   44                                           ext

expect        :
                                                           expose            :(v

expectation                             :
                                                           exposition
expedient:                                                 expound                :




expedite                  :
                                                           express
expedition                         :(                      expression
expeditiousty

expel    i
                                                           expressly                  :




expend                :
                                                           expropriate
expenditure                             :




expense                   :(                               expulsion                  :




experience                                                 expunge               :




                                                           exquisite              :(a.

experienced                                 :
                                                (a.        extempore
experiment                         :                       extend :(v.t.)5d

expert :(n.)s                                              extension                  :(a.

pypire        :(                                           extensive                  :(a.

                                                           extent    :(


expiry       :(                                            exterior          :




explain           :                                        extermination

explanation                             :                  external              :(a.

                                                           extinct       :




explicit                                                   extinguish                     :(v.t.


explode                   :(v.t)f*>er>                     extol   ;(v.

exploit       :                                            extolment                  :(n.

explore               :                                    extort    :(v.t.


explorer                  ;(n                              extra    :(


explosion                      :                           extract

explosive                     :




export :(n.)                                               extraneous                      :




exporter                  :(                               extraordinary
ext                                 45
extravagance                             fabnc          :


extravagant                              fabricate
extreme         (a )232*J;               fabrication                (n )2

extremely .(advj^lj,                     fabulous
extermity                                face                                    (   n
extricate

extrinsic                                facile

extrude                                  facilitate

exuberent                                facilHy            :(

exude      (v    i
                                         facsimile
exult   *i(y,i)2=i                       fact :(n

                                         facfon :(n.)^
exultation .(n                Jcs        factitious                .(a   )K7

                                          1&*
eye (n     Js                            factor :(n)^r6 2s2a

eyeball                                  factory             -(n   )s^
eyebrow              (n                  faculty

eyeglass             (n                  fad .(n.

eyelash                   :
                              (n         fade       .(

                                         fag .(v.

eyelet                                   faggot
eyelid *(n.)2
                                         failure
eye-opener
                                         fain .(
eye-shot         *(

                                         faint                                 (v.i
eyesight                                                                              )^r3^,e
eyesore      .                            (a    j


                                         famting
                                         fair       (a.)
eye-wash
                                         fairness
                                                    :
eye-witness                              fairy

                                         faith :(n.)a

                                         faithful ;(a

fable :(n.                               faithfully
                                                           46
 faj

 faithfulness                                                farm
 faithlessness                                               farmer           (n.

 fakir                                                       farming
                (n)s^                                                          (

                                                                                   '

 falcon                     .(n       )3x                    farmyard
                                                                                               -
 fall                                                       far-sighted
fallacious                                                  fascinate

fallacy                                                     fascination                        ,(n
                    -
fallen                                                      fashion            (n

fallow                  :                                   fashionable.
false               (aJ
falsehood                                                   fast

falsely                      (a

                                                            fasten :(vt.)5oj
                    *                                                                  <

falsify                                                     fastidious                     (

falter
                                                            fasting           (n       )

fame        .
                                                            fastness           '(n

familiar

                                  :                         fatal
familiarity                                                           ,



                -

family                                          ;   3r;;    fate .(n.)a^;                          es

famine ;(n.)g:$)                                            father (n )3o\&]
famous                                                      tathom            (n
fan     .
                                                           fathomless                          (a
fanatic                  .
                                                                          '

                                                           fatigue
fanciful
                                                           fatty
fancy           :(n                                        fault
fantastic
                                                           faultless
fantasy                                                    faulty
far:
                                                           favour-(n
farce :(n                    }        s>s^ajj
fare
                                                           favourable
                                                           favourite
farewefl                     :
                                                           favouritism                 :



                                                           fear   .
rea                                           47
fearful               .                            fervent

fearless                                           festival :(n

feast         .                                    festive                     :




feat    (n)                                        festivity                       ,




                                                                                   '

eat her                       .                    festoon
aature                                             fetch
ederate                                            fetter                 :




aderation                                 .        feudalism


                                                   fever (n                            J


                                                   fevens h .(a                                So.



aeling                    :                        fiat

aign      .                                        fibre              :




Bigned                        .                    fickle                 :




slicitation                                        fickleness                              ,




                                                   fiction

allow                                              fictitious                          :




sltowship                                 :        fiddle                     .(n.)

slony                 :
                                                   fidelity                    :


                                                                      -
                                                   field
                                      *
sminfne                                            fierce

snce              :
                                                   fiery              :




                                                   fifteen ,(a&

Brmentation                                        fifty          :



srocious                                           fig .(n)e

                                                   fight              .




 srry                                              figure :
 srtile       :




 Jrtility                 :                        file       :




 utilization                                       fill   .


                                                                  '
                                                   film

 utilizer                         :                filter             .
           :
fire-fly

fireproof
frestone
feewood
"flight                .(n.              fodder              .




                                         foe    ;




flimsy                     :
                                         foetus             .(n,

fling :(v.                               fog    :(n.

flint          :
                                         foil

flippant :(a,                            foist :(v.
flirt      :
                                         fold       :



flit    :(v.i)sesoj                      foliage             :(n.
float :(v.i                        )3e   folk .(n.
flock :(n.)ifco                          follow             :(v.t.

flog                                     follower                :(n.
     :(v.t.)S*ttz**5*tg
flood :(n.
                                         following                :(n,
floor :(n.)
                                         folly :(n.
flooring                       .
                                         foment              .(v.

flop           :(                        fond           :



floral             :
                                         fondle
flounder                           :
                                         food           :(n.

flourish                                 fool

                                         foolish
flow :(n )ia                             foot   :



flower :(n.
fluctuate                          :
                                         footboard
fluent                 :
                                                             >

                                         footing                 (n.)
fluid .(                                 footman                 :(

                                         footmark                 ifn.j
flush              :(                    footnote                 :(

flute              ^n                    footpath                 :(n.)
flutter
                                         footprint                :(n.)se2i
                                         footsoldier                    :(
       '

fly                                      footstep                 :(n.)
foam               :(                    footwear                 :(

focal              :(                    for    :(

focus                  :
for                                                             50
forbear             :                                                forfeiture

forbearance                                                          forge
forbid
forbidden                                                            forget             .-




force      .(n.)oejfcj;                                 8080;        forgetful

                                                                     forgive                 :




forceps (n.)5os"Bj                                                   fork

forcibly            :                                                forlorn
                                                                                -
fore   :                                                             form
forearm                 :




forebode                        :                                    formal              :




forecast                    :
                                                                     formality                       .




'orefather                                                           formation                           :




forefinger                                                           former                  :(a.)"2oiest5;

forefront                   :(n.)"3jjfies                            formidable                              :




forego          .                                                    formula                     :



forehead                        ,                                    formulate                           ;



foreign                     (a                                       forsake                     :
                                    )*;5a^;
                                        *"
                                                                     forsooth                        :




foreigner                       :(n.                                 forswear                        :



foreman                     :                                        fort   i



foremost                        :                                    forth          :



forenoon                        r
                                                                     forthcoming                                     :



forerunner                          :                                forthwith :(adv.)"3oo3
foresee                                                              fortificatjon                               .




foresight                       :(n.                                 fortiUide                       :



forest      :(n.                                                     fortnight                       :



forestall                   :                                        fortress :(n.)*o;

foretell .(v.                                                        fortunate

"forethought                            :(n.)a,x>oei>                fortunately                             :




forever                                                              fortune                     :
                    :(adv.)^t^^
foreword :(n.)2ox>&>                                                 forty :(n.                          &
forfeit     :                                                        forum               :
for                                 51                                       fro

                                         freak :(n


foster .(vt) "2)o^i5                     free
foul                                     freedom
                                         freely    .




found                                    freeze :(vi.)Stjj
foundation                               freight '(n.
founder                 -(n              frenzy -(n.)e
foundry             :
                                         frequency


fountain                :
                                         frequent
four    :(n.

fourfold            .(a.                 frequently             :



fourteen                -(n.    &        fresh
fowl    .




fox                                      freshness              -(n   J^r^
fraction            .



                    -
fracture                                 fretful

fragile -(a.                             fret-work             .(n

fragment                                 friar
                                                  (n)S^&
fragrance                                friction :(n           )ul&
fragrant            :
                                         Friday        .




frail                                    friend -(n

                                         friendly
frame                                    friendship             .-




                                         fright
                                                           '
franchise                   .            frighten

                                         frightful
            '
frank                                    frigidity
                                                   -
frantic         (                        fringe

fraternity                               frivolous .(a

fradulent                                fro :(adv.)^>;i>536

fraught :(a.)3o&3                        frock
fro                                          52
frog :(n.)53j
frolic               :
                                                  furiously                   .




from                                              furnace
front :(a                                         furnish                 .




frontier                                          furniture

frost .(n.)1>a;5                                  furrow
froth,                                         further                            (v t.)

frown                    :




frugal                   :                        furtive
                                                          -
frust .(n
                                               fury
iruitful                     :                fuse
                                                                  '
fruitless                            :        fusion
frustrate                                .    fuss

fry   '(v.t.)-                                futile

frying-pan                                    futility        :




fuel         :                                future              .                   (n

fugitive
fulfil                                        futureless
full:                                         futurity                r



fully

fulminate
fumble                           :



fume                 .(n                      gabber
fun      :
                                              gabble                  :



function                             .
                                              gag         :




                                              gaiety          :



fund             :
                                              gaily
fundamental                                   gain        :




                                              gainsay :(vt.)s5Sj
funeral                          :
                                              gait    :




fungus                           :
                                              galaxy          :



funnel                                        gale        :


                     -

funny                                         gall    :
                                                     53
gallant            .
                                                                 :(n             )


gallantry                                                 gateway                    .




gall-bladder :(n.)S*p                                     gather         .




gallery        :
                                                          gathering
                                                          gaudrly
gallon         :
                                                          gaudy          :




gallop         :
                                                          gauge          :

                           -

gallows                                                   gauze
galore .(adv.)3Sjj|n                                      gay   :(


gamble                 :




gambler                        *(n   )sf esa              gazette :(n.)7tJ;
gambling                                                  gear   i




game       :
                                                          gelatinous                             :




gander                                                    gem    :




gang       :(n                                            Gemini
                                                                             -

gaol                                                      gender
                                                                     -
gap    :
                                                          gene
gape                                                      genealogy
gaping                 '(n                                general                                    ^s   (n )"&

garden                 .




gardener                        .(n.                      generally
                                                                                         -

gargle Kv.                                                generate
                                                          generation
garland                    :(n       )o                   generosity
garlic :(n frtg*                                          generous                           :


                                                                                 '

garment                        -(nO                       genesis
garret         '(n.)                                      genial

garrison                                                  genitals               ,




gas :{                                                    genius
gaseous                         .(


gash       .(v.t.)                                        gentle

gasp       :(                                             gentleman                              :




gastric                .(a>^^                  Do-        gentleness
Sjen                                                               54
gentry                     :(n                                          gilding                            :




genuine                                r
                                                                        gill   :




genus                                                               gilt       :(n.)oJTCo
geography                                        :
                                                                    gin
geology                            :(                               ginger                             :




geometry                                    :
                                                                    gingili :(

                                                                    giraffe :(n.)Sor5>

germicide                                   :
                                                                    girder                         :




germinate                                   :
                                                                    girdle                     :




germination                                         :
                                                                    girl       ^n.

                                                                    girth                  i




gerund                     :
                                                                    gist           :




gesticulate                                     :
                                                                    give               :




gesticulation                                                       glacier                            :




gesture                        :
                                                        ;
                                                             Soa    glad               :




get    :
                                                                    glackien                                   i




ghastly                    :
                                                                    gladiator :(n.)Bt3;

ghaut              :
                                                                    gladly                         :




ghee           :(                                                   gladness                                       :(


ghost              :
                                                                    gladsome                                        :




giant          :
                                                                    glamour                                    :




gibberish :(n                                                       glance                             :




gibbet                 :
                                                                    gland                      :



gibe       ;
                                                                    glare :(n

giddiness                                   :
                                                                    glaring                            :




giddy              :
                                                                    glass :(n.)ncr

gift                                                                glassware                                        :(n.


 e                                                                  glaucoma                                       :(n.

gifted             :                                    So          glaze                      :




gigantic                           :
                                           (a.                      gleam                          :




giggle                 :
                                                                    glean                      :




gilded                 :
                                                                    glee               :




                                                                    glen               :(n.
glib       :
                                                      gobble
               g

glide              (v              !.
                                                      goblet         :




glimpse                            .(nJ               goblin         :




glisten                :                              God    :




glister :(v.i.)"2o<55cG                               Goddess                    ;



glitter :(n)#fc>56                                    godlike
glittering                             .
                                                      godtiness                      :



                                                                 -

gloat          :(v.i.                                 goctty
globe              :(n.                               godown                 :




globular                           :




gloom                  ,
                                                      godspeed                           :



                               -

gioomy
glorification :(n.                                                                                   ;
                                                                                                         no
gtorify                                               gold   :




glorious                           .
                                                      gotden
gtory          :(n.

glossary                                       -(n.   gofcffirtch                .




                                                      goldsmith
glossy                     :
                                                      gonorrhoea
glottis :(n                                }

gjove              :
                                                      good-bye                       :




giow           :
                                                      good-for-nothing :
gtowing                            :
                                                      good-humouredy
                                                                                             -

glow-worm                                       .
                                                      good-looking
glue :(n.)uo5;                                        goody              .




glutton                        i
                                                      good-natured
gluttonous                                      :




glycerine                                  :          goodness                           :(n.

go     :                                              good-tempered                              .




                                                      goodwHJ                    -{n.




goat           :                                      goose              :
                                         6                                                 gra


  gordian                        :
                                             grain :(n)Aoe;
                 '

  gore
  jorge                                      gram              :




                                             grammar                           :(n     )


 gorgeous                            :
                                             grammarian                                :




 gorilla             .
                                             grammatical                               :



 gosling                     :
                                             gramme
 gospel                  :
                                             granary                       :



 gossip                  :
                                             grand             :(a.)??3j
 gothic              :
                                             granddaughter
 gourmand                            :
                                             grandeur                          :




 gout        :
                                             grandfather                           :


                     -

 govern
   )eo
                                          grandson                             .




 governess                           .
                                          granite
                                                                   *




 government                               grant :
  &a
governor                         .
                                          granule


grab     :
                                         graph             :




grace            .(n.
                                         graphic
                                                                       -




graceful                 :
                                         grappte                   :


                                                       '

                                         grasp
gracious                                 graspiiig                         :


gradation                                grass         :



grade        :
                                         grasshopper
gradient
gradual              :
                                         grateful :(a

                                         grateful^                         :



graduate                     :
                                         gratify       :




                                         gratrfymg                         :



                                         gratis    :



graft .(v.t.)otjj
                                         gratitude
                                          6?                                                     gru
  gratutous                       :

                                                grim          i



  gratuity                .

                                                gnmace                     :


  grave       :(n.)32j-*e,
                                                gnmly (adv                              )<Jc2b

                                                gnn           (
 gravel -(n.)3o2e
 gravestone                           .


                                                gnndstone
 graveyard
                                                grip :(n.)t53o,3
 gravitation                      -(n.                        -



                  -
                                                gnpe
 gravity
                                                grisly
                                                      :
                                               grit
 gray.   :

                                               groan
                                               groaning:
 graze
                                               grocery                    .(

                                               groom
grease            :

                                               groove                 :



great .(a
                                               grope              :


greatness
                                               gross
greed     :



greedily              :

                                               grotesque                       .




greedy        .

                                               grotesqueness
green         :
                                               ground

greet     :(v.
                                               groundless                          :(a
 5oCSj
                                               ground-nut                          :(n
greeting                                       groundwork                           .



 QoS)                                          group          :




greganous                                      grove
                                               grow       :



grief :(n.
                              '

grievance                                      growth
grievous                  .
                                               grudge (n)3j
                                           gruel          .




                                           gruesome
gru                                                                             58
grumble                       :
                                      (vi.)                                          gut       :
                                                                                                           (n.)

guana                    :
                              (n.)                                                   gutter                    :
                                                                                                                       (n.)

guarantee                                 :
                                               (n.)                                  gymkhana                                               (n.)

      s*                      (vi.)                                                  gymnasium                                          :
                                                                                                                                                 (n.)

guard                :
                              (v.)                                                        3*8
      (vt.)                                                                          gymnastics                                         :
                                                                                                                                             (n.)

guardedly: (adv)                                                                     gypsy                     :
                                                                                                                       (n.)

 guardian                         :
                                              (n.)

guava                :
                              (n.)
                                                                                                                                                H
 guerrilla: (n.)                                                       3JH-3-

                                                                                     ha    :           (Interj.)
guess                    :
                              (vi.)                                                  habit                 :
                                                                                                                   (n.)
 guest               :
                             (n.)                                                    habitable                                 :
                                                                                                                                       (a.)

 guidance                             :
                                              (n.)                                   habitant                          :
                                                                                                                                   (n.)
 guide           :
                             (vt.)                              (n,)                 habitation                                    :
                                                                                                                                        (nj
                                                                                     habitual                          :
                                                                                                                                   (a.)

 guild       :            (n      )                                                  habitude                               :
                                                                                                                                       (n.)

 guite       :
                         (n.)                                                        hack                  :       (vt.)

 guHlotine                        :
                                              (n.)        #ee   ag                   hackney                               :
                                                                                                                                   (n.)

                                                                                     Hades                         :
                                                                                                                            (n.)

 guilt   :
                     (n.)

 guilty: (a.)                                                                        haemorrhage                                             :    (n.)   &^(
 guise:                      (n.)                                                    hag           :           (n      )

 guitar              :
                             (n.)                                                    haggard                            :
                                                                                                                                   (a.)

 gulf: (n.)                                                                          haggle                        :           (vi.)

 guHet: (a)
 gulp        :
                         (vt.)                                                       hail      :
                                                                                                           (n.)

 gum         :
                         (n.)                                                        hailstone                                 :
                                                                                                                                       (n.)

 gun     :
                 (n.)                                                                haH-storm                                     :
                                                                                                                                        (n.)

 gunny                   :
                              (n.)                                                   hair          :
                                                                                                               (n.)

 gunpowder                                     :
                                                   (n.)                              hairbreadth                                        :
                                                                                                                                             (a.)

 gurgle                  :    (vi.)                                                  hairy                 :
                                                                                                                   (a.)

 gush            :
                             (vi.)                                                   haie              :       ^a       )


 gust:                   (n)                                                         half      :
                                                                                                           (n               .-
                                                                                                                                            )
hal                                                      59                                       har
-half-hearted                               ^                 hanger
                                                                                  '




 fa                                                           hanger-on
half-moon                                                     hank           :(n

half-way                   :
                                                              hap    :




half-year :(n                                                 haphazard
hall
                                                              happen                  :



hallmark                   :
                                                              happily
hallowed                       :
                                                              happiness
hallucination                                   (n
                                            :        .
                                                              happy           .



halo   :
                                                              harangue                    :




                                                              harass
hamlet         :
                                                              harbinger                       :



hammer                                                        harbour
hammock                            :




hamper                 -(vt                                   hard       :



hand       :                                                  harden              :



handbill               .
                                                              hardened: (a
handcuff                       :
                                                              hard-hearted
handful -(a.)2>&-&>

handicap                                                      hardiness :
handicraft                         :
                                                              hardly
handily            :                                          hardness                        :


handkerchief                                    :             hardware                    :



handle.
                                                              bare       :




handloom                               :(                     hark       :




handmade                               :                      harm
handmaid                                                      harmful

hand-post                                                     harmless
handsome                               :                      harmonious
handwriting
handy          :                                              harmonium
hang       :                                                  harmony                     .
har                                                   60
harness                                                    head

harpoon                                   :




harrow                                                     headache                          (n

harsh                 ,
                                                           heading                  .(n.)&6

harvest                           :(n
                                                           headless                     :




has                                                        headlong                     .




haste                                                      headman                      .




hasten                        -                            headmaster *(n
                          -
                                                           headship                     :

hastily
                                                           headstrong.
hasty             :



hat
hatch
hatchet                           :
                                                           healing          .




                                                           health          :(n J
hate
                                                           healthy          :(a.
hateful
                                                           heap
hatred .(n.)5;

haughtiness                                       (
                                                           hear    :



haughty                                                                         '

                                                           heanng
haul .(vt.)jos?
                                                           hearken                  :


haunt
                                                           hearsay                  .


haunted
                                                           heart       .



have          :

                                                           heartburning
haven                 :

                                                           heartfelt                .


havoc                     .




hawk              .
                                                           hearth
                                                                            (n.)3ocuj
hawker                                :
                                                           heartily
                                                           heartless                     .




hay       .

                                                           heart-rending                          :



hazard                        :




hazardous                                     :
                                                           hearty
hazy          :
                                                            ^f5
he    :
                                                           heat    :
hea

beave           :




heaven                                                  herald    .




                                                        herb
heavenly :(a.)3je                             .
                                                        herbage               '(n.

heavily             :(                                  herbal    ,


                             -
heaviness                                               herd
heavy           :(                                      here
hectic :(a.)                                            hereabouts                            :



hedge               :(                                  hereafter                 .




                 "
hedgehog :(n.)ao>ogsoa                                  hereat
heed           :(
                                                        hereby        :



heedless                                                hereditary
heel '(n.)
                                                        heredity              .




height .(n.)                                            herein    :




heighten                 :(vt.)                         hereof
heinous                  ^                              hereon            .




heir   :
                                                        hereto        :




heirloom :(n.)                                          heretofore                        :




heirship :(n.)                                          hereunder                         .



                                                                                      -
hell   :(n,)                                            hereunto
                     *
helmet                                                  hereupon
                                 -
helmsman                                                herewith:
help rJnO                                               heritage -(n


helpless                 .
                                                        hermaphrodite                             .




helter-skelter                            :             hermit. (n)tiX)Sx;

hemisphere                               -(             hermitage                         .(n.)s

hen        :                                            hernia
                                                                          :(n.)o^
hence                                                   hero     :(n

heceforth                        :                      heroic            ,(

henchman                                                heroine

henpecked                            :                   heroism                  .



hepatic :(a)5>^                                   So.    hesitant                 :
 hes                                                                                             ho

 hesitate                                       hindrance                         (n
                                                                  '

 hesitation                                     hinge
 het erogenous                                  hint      :



                                                hinterland                    .




 hew       .'
                                                hip .(n.)tfcotJ
                             -

 hexagon                                        hippopotamus
 hiatus                                         hire

 hibernate                       :




                                                hireling :(n.
 hibernation                                    his :(a& pro                      )


 hiccup             r




 hide                   :(vt.)oci>              histonan

                                                history               :




 hideous
                                                hitch.

 hiding '(n )a                                   52o;

higgle                                          hither        :



high                                           hitherto                   :




high-handed                                    hrve

highland                :(n                    hoard          :
                                                                                       (vt.)Sr
highly          :




highness                                       hoarse             :



hlgfwoad                 :
                                               hoary          :



                                               hoax
                                               hobby          :



hike                                           hockey             :



hHarious                :(                     hog    :



hiarkMJsness                         :{n   )   hoist :(vt.)l>'>;

                                               hoW
block           :



hit                                            hote
him                                            holiday            :(n.

hind   :
ftoj
                                                                                   hos
hollow                                 hoop

hottowness                         :




homage             :
                                       hope
home                                   hopeful             .



                                                                   '


                                       hopeless
homeless                               horde
homely                                 horizon             .




homesick                               horizontal (a

                                       hom    .(

homicide               :               hornet
homily         :
                                       horoscope
homogeneous                            horrible
hone :(n.)s-5                          hornfy
honest                                 hornpilation
honesty            .




honey                                  horror          .




honey-bee                      .




honeycomb                              horse
honeymoon                              horsefly

                                       horsepower                              :




honorarium                         :   horseshoe
honorary               :
                                       horsewhip
hononfic                               horticulture :(n

honour             :{n.)7rts:S3u;      hosiery
honourable                             'hospital .(n                       )
                                                                               J
                                       hospitality                     .




hood       :                           'host :(n

hoodwirrk                  .




hoof   r                               hostel      :




                                       hostHe
                                                               -

                                       'hostility
not                                                         64                                                 Hun
hot     :                                                        humanist
hotchpotch                               .                        ^<PSPS
hotel                                                            humanitarian

hothead
hound                                                            humanity                    :(n.


hour'(n)fioo;
house                   .(n )s?o:;
                                                                 humble
household                            :
                                                                 humbug              :(n )fi5n;

                                                                 humid    .

housekeeper :(n.)qot3l>g
housemaid *(n.)3333                                              humidity            :




                                                                 humiliate               :
housewife                                           sjotS
                                    :(n.)fl)Sjef;
                                                                 humiliating                  :




                                                                 humiliation                  :

hovel               :




hover
                    -                                            humility            :(n)o&5;
how
howdah                                                           humming                 :



                                                                 humour
however                         ,




                                                                 humonst                 :(n.
howl
hub         :

                                                                 humorous                    :(a,

                                                             hump :(n.
hubbub :(n.)ao(5
                                                             humus :(n.
huckJe
huddle
                                                             hunch       .


hue    :(n                                                   hunchback                        i



huff   .-

                                                             hundred :(n&                           a.)So25;
hug    :
                                                             hundredfold :(n.)oi5'3tjo
huge            :
                                                             hunger          .



huH    :(n.)
                            J                                hungry          :


hum         :




human                   :                                    hunter      :(

humane                      :
                                                             hunting             .
hun                                             65
huntsman                                             hymn          :




hurdle                                               hyperbole                                 .




hurl   *(v                                           hyphen
hurrah            (n.              &       ii
                                                     hypnotism
hurricane                                            hypocrisy                                 :




hurry                                                hypocnte                              :




                                                     hypocntic                                 :




hurriedly                  (                         hypotenuse
hurt    :(v.t.)ndfc3wC5:>;

                                                     hypothesis                                    .




hurtful      .-

                                                     hysteria              :



husband                :(n             )             hystenfc                      :




husbandsman                                           So.

husbandry                          :




hush :(interj.)^


husk     '.(
                                                     ice   ,




husky                                                iceberg               :




                                                     icon      :(n.

hustle                                               iconical

hut
hutch                                                idea      :




hybrid            :                                  ideal

hydra
                                                     identical                         :




hydrocele                      :                     identification
                                                                           -

hydrogen                       :
                                                     identify
                                       '

hydropathy                                           identity                  .




hydrophobia                                          idiom             :




                                                      idiomatic                                :




 hyena            :(n

 hygiene               :
                                                      idiosyncrasy -(n.J^
 hymen                ifn.
idi                                              66                                                            imb'

 idiot                                                ill-feeling                 :                        S

      SP&5                                            ill-gotten                  .




 idiotic         :                                    illiberal .(a

 idle                                                 illicit   .(a.)a

                                                      illiteracy              .




 idleness,                                            illiterate

 idler       .                                        ill-luck    .




                                                      ill-natured                                              o
 idly '(adv,)iS3*tooS                                                                     .




 idol    .                                            illness     :




 idolater                                             illogical           .




 idolatry ,(n                                         ill-tempered
 idolize .(v.t.)e>on                                  ill-treat

 if   :(conj.)epccoa

 ignrtable                   :                        illuminate                      .




 ignite                                               illumination                            :




 ignition                :                            illusion    :




 ignoble
 ignommous
                         :




                                             :
                                                      illusory
                                                      illustrate
                                                                      :
                                                                              (a.)            ^
ignominy                         :




                                                      fflustration

ignorance                            :
                                                       5oSw;
 ignorant                    :(a.)                    eiustnous                       :




 ignore          :
                                                                                                  ;
                                                                                                      an
 ileum                                                image


                                                      tmaginary                       :




                                                      imagination
 ill-bred            .
                                                      iinagine            :



 illegal                                              imbecile                :



                                                      iinbecHity                      :


 illegible :(a.                                       imbibe          :



 illegitimacy .(n                                     imbue
 Ulegjtimate                             :
imj
                                    67                                                           imp
Imitate   .
                                         impeachment
                                                        '

imitation :(n.                           implicrt

immaculate                   (a.

immatenal            :(a.                impede             .{v.

immature :(a.)ese'ad3                    impediment                           :(n.

immediate            :(                  impel   :(v.

immediately                  .
                                         impending                   .




immemorial                   '(a.        impenetrable                             .(a

immense         :
                                         imperative
immerse        :(v.t.                    imperceptible                                .(a.

Immersion                .(n.            imperfect               .


                                                                         -

immigrate           -(vj.                imperfectly
imminent                                 imperialism                         :



                                         imperil    .




immoderate                   :
                                         imperious ^a.
immodest             -(a                 impenshable                              :




Immolation               '(n.)t3e        impermeable
immoral                                  impersonate                              :(v.t.

Immortal        .(a.

immortality              :(n.            impertinent                         :



immovable                :
                                         imperturbable
immunity            :(n.                 impervious                      rta

imp   :(n.                               impetuous                       :




impact        :(n.                       impetus
impair    .(v.                           impinge :(vt)*-g;
impalement                   .(n.        impious                :(a.)<[
                                                                                             $
impart    :(v.                           implacable                      .




                                         implant            :




impartial       :
                                         implement                           .-




impartiality             :




impatient            :
                                         implicate               :




                                         implicit           :




impeach         :(v.t.
                                                                                                              inc


implore           :
                                                      impugn           :



imply :                                               impulse
impolite              :




import    :
                                                      impunrty                 :




importance                                    :
                                                      impure       :



important                         .
                                                      impurity             :


                                                                   *

importer                  :
                                                      impute
importune                             :               in

impose            :
                                                      inability        .




imposing                      :                       inaccessible- (a                                )SKwa
                                                                                                        A
imposition                            '(n             inaccurate                        :




impossibility                                     .   inactive         :




impossible                                :(a         inactivity               :



                                                                                            -
impostor                      :
                                                      inadequate
imposture                                             inadmissible :(a.)ep&3oo3

impotent                  :(a.)*

                                                      inadvertently :(adv.)3cr&rr>
impregnable                                       :   inalienable

impress               :




impression                                            inanimate

                                                      inapplicable                              :



imprint       :
                                                      inappropriate
impnsion                      :
                                                      inapt   '(a.)^
imprisonment :(n.)3Mj                                 inarticulate                      ;




improbable                                :           inattentive                   :



improper                      :                       inaudible                    :(

impropriety                                   :(      inaugural                    -(
                                                                                        -

improve               :(v.t)                          inaugurate
improvement                                           inauguration
imprudence                                        :
                                                      inauspicious
                                                      inborn   :




imprudent                         :                   incalculable                              .




impudent                          :                   incandescent                                  :(a   )
                                                                                                          ind
foe

incantation                   ;(n.;

                                                          inconvenience                           :

incapable                 :(a.;


incapacity :.(n.)*l                                       inconvenient                        :(a

incarnation                       :                       incorporate                     :




incense       :                                           incorrect       :




incentive             :(n.]


inception             :                                   increase        :




incessant                 :                               incredible          :




inch    :(n>oK>ws                                         incredulous                         :(a.;

incident          :
                                                          increment               :




 incidentally                         :
                                                          incriminate                     :




 incipient            :(a.'                               incubation                  :(n.;

 incision         :
                                                          inculcate           :



 incite   :
                                                          incumbent                   :



 incitement                       :
                                                          incur   :



 inclement                    :

                                                           incurable              :



 inclination                      :
                                                           indebted:
 incline      :

                                                           indecent           :



 include :(vt)2ws$);
                                                           indecision                     :(n.;
 including :(p,
                                                           indecorous                         :


  inclusive               :(
                                                           indeed     :


  incognito                   :


                                                           indefatigable;
  incoherent                              :


                                                           indefensible
  incombustible                                       :




  income              :

                                                           indefinite                 :

  income-tax                                  :

                                                           indelible              :


  incoming                        :(a
                                                           indemnity                      :


  incompatible                                    :(a,'
                                                            indent:
  incompetent                                     ;



                                                            indenture                     :

  incomplete                                  :(a

                                                            independence
      inconclusive                                ;
                                                            independent                               :




      inconsistent                                ;
ind                                                  70                                                    N
indestructible                                            induct


index    :(n.                                             indulge             .




index-finger                             :
                                                          indulgence
indicate         :




indication               :                                industrious
                                                                                  -
indict   :
                                                          industry
indifference                             :                ineffective                         :



indifferent                  :(                           inefficient                     :




indigenous                           :
                                                          inelegant                   :(


indigestion                          .
                                                          ineBgibte

indignant                :
                                                          inequality                      :




indignation                          :
                                                          inequitable                             :


                     -

indignity                                                 inert   :



indigo       :                                            inevitable                      :




indirect         :                                        inexcusable :
indiscreet                   :
                                                          inexpensive                                 -.




indiscriminate                                            inexperienced
                                                                                  '

indispensable                                             infallible

indisposition                                             infamous
                                                          infancy             :




indisputable                                     :        infant

indissoluble                                 :            infanticide

                                                          infantry (n

^distinguishable                                          infection

                                                          mfer    :




 individual                  :                            mfenor          :




 mdividuaJity                                :
                                                          inferiority                 .



 indivisibie                     :




 Indolent            :                                    infinite

 indormtabte                                              infinity

 indoors                                                  mfirm       .




 induce          :
                                                          mfirrnity           .
                                                                                              ins
wf        __
Inflammation                                       :
                                                       ink:

inflate       :
                                                       ink-bottle

inflation             :                                inkling   .




inflict   :
                                                       inland*

influence                      :



influenza                      :
                                                       inmate        :(n.

inform            :




informal                  :
                                                       innate    :




information                                    .       inning    i




infringe              :
                                                       innocence

infuse            :
                                                       innocent           :




                                                       innovation             :

ingenious                              :


                                                        innumerable
ingenuous                                  :




ingratitude :(n.)*jW)a                                  inopportune
 inhabit              :
                                                        inordinate            :




 Inhabitant                                :            inorganic

 innate

 inherent                          :                    inquest           :(n.)o*o
 inherit              :                                 inquire       :




 Inheritance                                       :    inquisitive :

 Inhuman                               :(a.

 inimical                      :
                                                        insane

  iniquity                     :                         insanitary               :




  initial
                                                         insatiable
                  :(a
                                                                                      :
  initiate                 :                             inscription

  initiation                           :
                                                         inscrutable                      :




  initiative                           :
                                                         insect :(n.)iossx>;

                      .
                                                         insecticide
  inject
                                                   :
                                                         insecure             :
  injunction
                                                                                                    se
                                                         insensible                           ;
  injure                  :




   injurious                               :




   injury                 :




                                           :
   Injustice
                                                         72'                                                   int
IQ3
insert        :
                                                               insurgent                   .




inside            :                                            insurmountable

Jncight               :(n.                                     insurrection

insipid               :                                        intact: (a

insist                                                         intangible                  :



insolent ,(a.)*:>o5dab3                                        integer     :




insoluble :(a.)3CH2>                                           integral        :




insolvent                     :
                                                               integration                         :




inspector                         :
                                                               integrity :(n.)Jb;

msptre                ;
                                                               integument
instable                  :                                    intellect       :




install :(vt.)oifc                                             intelligence

instalment                            :



instance                      .
                                                               intelligent                 :(


instant               :                                        intelligible                    :




instead                   :                                    intemperate                                 :




instigate                     :                                intend     .(vt.

if   .still   :                                            intense, (a
instinct                  :                                    intensity           :




institute                                                      intention               :

                              :(n.)3o|;
institution                                                    intentionally                               :

                                      :(n.)2>og
instruct                  :                                    intercede

instructor                            :



instruction                                   :(n.             intercept               :



Histruinent                                   :                intercessor                             .




                                                               intercourse                             :




 insubordinate                                       ;         interdict           :




 insufficient                                                  interest        :




 insular                                                       interesting                         .




                                                               jnterfere           :




                                                               interior



     isurance                             :                    inferjection                            :
  _
]nt
interlude
                                                   73

                                                        intrigue          :


intermediate                          '.
                                                        intrinsic          r



intermingle               :
                                                        introduce
intermix
intern                                                  introduction
internal
international                                           intrude       :(

interpellation                             :
                                                        intuition              :

             -

interpret                                               mtwine            .(vt.)t2o
interpretation                                 :
                                                        inundate                       .




interrogate                   .

                                                        invade        :




interrogation                              :
                                                        invalid
                                       -

interrogative
                                  '

interrogator                                            invalidate                         :
             <

interrupt            (vt.
                                                        invaluable
intersect        .

                                                        invariable
interval    '(n
                                                        invariably
intervene
                                                        invasion                   :

interview            :


                                                        inveigh           .<




intestine
                 :(n.)(1>?b
                                                        invent    :

intimacy         ,


                                                        invention
intimate
                                                        inventory '(n.)3t!
intimation
                                                        inverse            :

intimidate
                                                        inverted                   .

 into
                                                        invest    .
 intolerant
                                                        investigate                                :




 intonation              -.
                                                        investigation                                  :




 intoxication                     :
                                                        investment                                 :



 intransitive
                                                        invincible                             :
 intrepid    :



                                                        invisible                  :
 intricacy           :



 intricate       .(
                                                                                                                                      Jvc
Inv

invitation                                                               irritate           :
                                                                                                        (v.t.)
                                   :
                                           (n.)

invocate                                                                 irritation                     :
                                                                                                                (n.)
                               :           (v.t)

invocation                                 :       (n.)

invoice                :
                                                                         is    :
                                                                                   (v.i.)
                               (n.)

invoke             :       (v.t)
                                                                         island             :
                                                                                                    (n.)

invoke             :           (v.t.)
                                                                         isle      :
                                                                                           (n.)                 &
inward             :           (a.)                        *a (adv.)     Islet :(n.)

inwards                    :           (adv.)                            isobar             :
                                                                                                        (n.)

iota       :
               (n.)                        ttfefl                        isohyet                    :       (n.)

ire    :
           (n.)                            *&Su                          isolate                :
                                                                                                        (v.t)

iris: (n.)                                                               isolation                      .
                                                                                                                (n.)

He:        (v.t)                                                         isoscesles                              :
                                                                                                                     (a.)

irksome:                               (a.)                              isothesrm                              :(n.)

iron       :    (n.)                                                     issues                 :(n.)

 ironical              :           (a.)                                        (v.t.)


ironically                         :       (adv.)                        issuless                       :(a.)


 irony         :   (n.)                            ?3*tf to              isthmus                        (n.)         :




 national                      :           ^ffjj*^         Stt^fi^*^     rt:(pro.)                              a;
 irrecoverable                                         :   (a.)   Stfb   itch          :(n.)                                          (v.i.)




 irregular: (a)                                                          itchy         :(n.)

 far   '"-ant                          :
                                               (a.)                      item          :
                                                                                                    (n.)

 irreml.           -He:                                (a.)

 irreparable                                   :
                                                       (a)               iterate            :
                                                                                                    (v.t.)               *6A
 irresolute                            :       (a.)                      ftneraiy:                          (v.i.)


 irresponsible                                         :
                                                           (a.)

 irretrievable                                     :
                                                        (a.)             Itinerate                          :
                                                                                                                 (v.i.)

 kreverence                                    :
                                                       (n.)              its   :
                                                                                   (pro.)
 irrevocable:                                          (a.)              itsetf        :
                                                                                            (pro.)
                       :
                                   (v.t)                                 ivory :(n.)                                           (a.)
 Jab                              75

                                       jelly

 jabber           .




                                                                             -

 jack-                                 jeopardize

 jackal:                               jeopardy                            :(n.
                          -

 jackdaw                               jerk       .




jacket        "(n             )        jest       :




jaculate              .                jester                 :




jaculation                    .        Jesuit :(n)t)2o

jadish        :(a.);

                                       jet    .

jaggery
                                       jetty          .

jaggy         (a
                                       jew        :


jaguar
                                       jewel              .


>jaa
                                       jeweller                        :

jaBor
                                       jewellery
                                              -

                                       jig
jamboree
                                       jigjog                 ,



jangle        :
                                              i


                                       jilt
janitor
                                       jingle
jar    :(n.
                                       job ;(n.)aa;
jargon                                                            -

                                       jobber
jasmine               ,



                                       jobbery                            ,(n )
 jasper        '(r
                                       jocose                      :



 jaundice
                                       jocular,
 jaunt                                 jocund                         :



 jaunty                                jog
 javelin                               join
        -

 jaw
 jawbone                               joint                               (n.)lea;

 jealous              :




 jealousy                              joke
 jeer                                    (Vt
                  1


 jejune                                joker              :(n.
jol                                              76
           -

jolly                                                 jungle             :


                                                                     -
       :
jolt                                                  junior
jolthead                                              junsdiction                                -(n         )
                   -                                                                                         '

jostle                                                junsprudence
                                                                 '

jot                                                   jurist

journal                :(n.                           jury   :



journalism                                            just :(a

journalist                              :
                                                      justice

journey                        :


               -

jovial                                                justifiable :(a
                                                                                                 '

joviality                      :
                                                      justification
       -

joy                                                   justify            .




joyful             .
                                                      jute   :




joyous                 :(                             juvenile                   :


                           '

jubilant                                              juvenility                         :




jubilation                              .




jubilee                :
                                                                                                                 K
judge .(                                              kaleidoscope                                       :




judg(e)ment                                           kangaroo                               :




                                                      keel

judicial                           :(a.
                                                      keen       :




                                                      keenly :(adv                                   )

                                                                 -


judiciary                                             keep
                                        '

judicious

jug                                                   keeper                 :




juggler                    :                          keepsake                               .




jugglery                           -(ri.)r?s<i        keg    :




juice          :                                      kennel                 :




juicy          :                                      kerchief                       :




jumble                     :                          kernel             :
                                                                                                             ;
                                                                                                                 22y;
                                                                                                                        Aoa
jump           :                                      kerosene                               :




junction                           :                  kettle         :



 juncture                           :                 key    :
kic                                      77                                                   lac
                                              knee        :




kid        :                                  kneel           .




kidnap                   :                    knell   :




                                                          '

                                              knife

kidney                   .
                                              knight              :




kill   :                                      knit    (vt.Jei

kiln       :                                  knitter :(n                         )


kin        :(                                 knob            :(n

kind                                          knock
                                              knoll
kindle                                        knot            (


                                              knotty
kindly               .
                                              know            '




kindness                                      knowable                            :




kindred                      :
                                              knowingly                               .




kinetic                  .
                                              knowledge
king               :(n,)

kingdom                              :
                                              known
kingfisher                                    knuckle                     .




kingly               :
                                              Koran
kingship                             :
                                              krart   :



kinsfolk

kinship
kinsman                                       label

kiss               (vt.)                      laboratory
                                                                                          '




kit    :                                      laborious
kitchen :(n.)3ooooooo                         labour                  :




kite           -                              labourer                        :




kith           .




kitten                                        lace
knack                -

                                              lacerate
knave                :                        lack

knavery                          :
                                              lackey (n.)oooo;
tec                                                    73                                                av
laconic                    :                                lapse              .(

lactation                          :                        large          -(

lacuna                 :
                                                            large-hearted
lad
                                                                           -
ladder                                                      larva

ladle          :(                                           larynx             :




                                                            lash       :

       -

lag                                                         lass       :



laggard                        :                            lassitude                          :




lagoon                     :                                last   :




lair
       -
                                                            lasting .(a.)                           Je
lake       :                                                latch :(n.)ddSi

lakh       :                                                tate   :(

lamb           :                                            lately'

lame               :                                        latent             :



                                                            lateral                :




lament                                                      latest             :




lamentable                                         :        latex          .




lamp           :(                                           lather

lance              .(                                       latitude

land                               :(n.)"5e;                latrine *(n

                                                            laud           :




landholder                                         :        laudable                           :




landlady                               .
                                                            laugh               :



landlord                               :
                                                            laughable
landmark                                                    laughter                           :




                                                            launch                     :




 iane          .
                                                            luandry                        :




 language                                      :            laureate :(n                             )


 languish                                  :                 lava

 languour                                      :


                                                                                               B
 lantern                       :
                                                             lavatory                              (n.

 lap       :
lav                                            79
lavish                .
                                                    leave
law       -(n.

lawful: (a                                          leavings                           .




                                                    lecture
              '
lawn                                                lecturer                       .




lawsuit                       :(n                   ledger              .(n )
                          -

lawyer                                              leeward :(a;adv&

lax   :




laxative                      :
                                                    leech              :(n                 )e; ^
                                                    left
laxity            :




                                                    leg
lay   .




                                                    legal
layer
laziness                                            legend                     :




          '                                         legible                .(
lazy
                                                    legion             :

lead
                                                    legislate                          i




                                                    legislator                             :

leader
                                                    legislature                                :


leading                       :


                                                    legitimate                             :

leaf .(n.)Sb;

league                    .

                                                    leisu/e                :


leak      -(vi
                                                    lemq
                                  p

leakage                               (n   )
                                                    lend       :



leaky
                                                    length             :

          '
lean
                                                    lengthen
leap      :
                                                    lenience :(n.)Sdfo;
learn             :(vt&                             lenient             :




                                                    lens       ,



learned                                             Leo    :




learning                          :
                                                    leopard
lease             :
                                                    leper          :




least         :
                                                    leprosy
leather                   :                         tess
                                                                                              Jin
                                                80
lessee                                               Irtt


lessen                                               ligament :(n)2tg;
lesson                         .
                                                     light       :(n.)sod
lest           i                                     lighten
let    :
                                                     lighthouse                           :



                                       -

lethargy
letter                 :
                                                 lightly             :




lettered                           :
                                                 Bghtnlng                         :



level                                      3s
lever :(n.)bo;

levity                 :(n.                      likelihood                           :




tevy               :
                                                 likely          :



lexicon                        :                 liken

                                                 likeness                     '.




liable                 :                         likewise                     :




Bar        :
                                                 liking          :




libel              :                             limb        :




liberal                    :




Itberalfty                                           limekHn              :




Irberate                                         UmeHght                      .(n.

lffi>erty                  .                         limestone                        :




                                                     limrt   :



librarian                              :             limited             :(


                                                     hmiUess                  :


licence                        :
                                                     limp :(vi)Soooj
fick           :                                     line

lid    :
                                                     lineage
He     :                                             linen       :



Hen            .'

                                                     linger
fife       :
                                                     linguist :(n.
lifeless                       :
                                                     lining          :(n.)^
lifelong
ifetime                        :
                                           81                                                 log

Rnseed                 :(n.)>                   ving      :(


lion     :


                                                izard :(n.)eg
lioness                :




lip    :(n.)TW$a

liquefy :(vt)2SftoCb
                                                oaf   :

               :
liquid
                                                oafer      :



liquidate
                                                oan:(n.)ay;

                   :
liquor
                                                loathe         :


Jist         :(n
                                                loathsome                          :




                                                lobby          :(n.
 listen            :(
                                                lobe      :(n.
 listless :(
                                                local      :


 literal               :(a.)2Sr*o&                                     :
                                                locality
                                                                   :
                                                locally
 literally                 :(adv.)SS            locate             ;(vt.)~2)tg;
                           :
 literary

 literate


                                                 locker            :(n.

  literature                       :
                                                 locket            :



  litigant :(n                                   lock-up                   :




  litigate                     :
                                                 locomotion                            :(n.

  litigation                       :
                                                 locomotive
  litre        :



      fitter.                                    locust                :{


      little       :                             lodge :(n.)o;
      live -:(

      fvefihood                        r



      Kvellrtess                       :          lodging                      :




                                                  loft     :
      Eveiy                :




       liver           :




       livestock                       :
                                                  log' :(n.
  teg                         82                               lub

  logarithm                        lost        (a.)&coo3;
  loggerhead                       lot :(n.

  logic     .(n.;

  logical -(a                      lotion -(n

                                   lottery          :(n.)roe
  loiter    :(v.i.
                                   lotus        (n.)tr-sj

                                   loud    :

 loneliness          :

                                loudly :(adv.)t|7p
 torrefy
                                loud-speaker :(n.
                                lounge
                                                -

                                                               S
                               louse        :



                               lout    :

 longitude
                               lovable
 Jong-sighted            :

                               love
                                           :(n.)L&Sj;


                               love-letter

                               loveliness

                               lovelock

ioop       {n.                 lovely
                              lover    :(n.)

                              lovesick          :




                              loving

                              lovingly



                              lower    :(v.




                             lowland           :(n.

                             lowliness          ,(n.




                             loyal
tony   :

                               c

                             loyalty   :(n.)uts$;
                                         83
                   .
                                                                                                    mad
 lubricant                                     lustre      .




 Rubricate                                     lustrous
 lucid             -(a                        lusty :(a
 lucidity                .

                                              lute.(n)&o
 lucifer                                      lutist   .




                                              luxuriant
luck           -(n       )                    luxurious                        .




luckily (adv                         )
                                              luxuriously                          .



luckless                     -(
                                              luxury       .




lucky              .(a       )
                                              lymph        .{n.)sSL
lucrative

ludicrous                        :

                                              lymphatic
kidffication

                                              lyric   :(n)&s


lukewarm                                                                                 M
lull   :
                                              mace
                                              machinate
lullaby
                                              machination
lumbago
luminous                     .
                                              machine

lump           :                              machinery

lunacy
                                              machinist                        .




lunatic                -(n.
                                              macrobiote                           .




lunch              '(n
                                              macrobiotic:                                         Ke

lung           :(n
                                              macrocosm                                .(n   )$o
lurch
lurcher                                       mad
lure       :(v.
                                              madam            :




lurk                                          madcap               :




luscious                                      madden               :




lust       :                                  madman                   -




lustful                                       madness                      :
nag                                                      84                                                      man
                                                                                  '


magazine                            (n Jflgofl;               malady
magic       .                                                 malan'a

magician                                                      male       ,(a,)&>K

 &&a                                                          malevolent                              .(


magistrate                              (r}.                  malice (n

magnanimity                                  :                malicious

magnanimous                                          :
                                                              malign

magnate                     :




magnet                  :(n         J                         malignant (a )e>3s                  :
                                                                                                           cog
magnetism                            :                        malleable
                                                 '

magnificence
magnificent                              .                    mallet

magnify                 :(vt.)"2)garr                         malpractice .(n.)3g

magnitude                           .                         maltreat .(vt)S?o5)oCSj

mahout                  :                                     mammal
maid    .                                                     mammon                          -




maiden.                                                       mammoth
                                                              man    :


                                                                                      '

maid-servant                                                  manage
mail                                                          management
maim        '

                                                              manager                     :


                                                                                          *
maimed                   :                                    mandate
main    :                                                     mane       -(n,)

mainland                                                      man-eater

mainly              :



maintain                        :                             manger
maintenance.
maize           :                                             mango           :




majesty                     :                                 manhandle                               :




major                                                         mania       :
                :(a.)-3g
maprity                     :                                 manifest: (a

make        :                                                 manifesto                           :




making                  :                                     manifold                    :
man                                                                              mas
                                            85
manipulate          :(v.t.)                      market     :(n.)

mankind         :(n)                             marksman              :(n)

manly    :(a.)

manner      :(n.)        6$;                     mam'age             '(n.)

mannesrism               :(n.)                   married       :(a.)

                                                 marrow        :(n.)
manoeuvre           :(v.t &v.i.)                                                liod
                                                 marry     :(v.t )



man-of-war          :(n.)                        mars    :(n )
mansion         :(n.)                            marsh     :(n.)

manslaughter              :(n.)
                                                 marshal        -.




mantle     :(v.t)
                                                 marshy: (a.)
manual     :(a.)
                                                 mart   :(n.)
manufacture              :(n.)     (v.t.)
                                                 martial   :




                                                 martyr    :(n.)
manure      :(n.)
                                                 marvel        :(n.)            (v.i.)
^manuscript         :(n.)

many     :(a.)      ^c
                                                 marvellous            :(a.)
manysided           :(a.)
                                                 masculines             :(a.)
 map    :(n.)
                                                 mask:(n.)
 mar   :(v.t.)
                                                 mason      :(n.)
 maraud     :(v.t.)

 marder                                          masonry             :(n.)
           :(n.)

 marble
                                                 mass     :(n.)
           :(n.)

 march    :(v.i.)

 mare               i
                                                 massacre             :(n.)
        :(n.)

 margin    :(n.)
                                                 massage             :(v.t.)

                                                 massive :(n)
 marginal       :




 marigold        :(n.)
                                                 mast    :(n.)&&

 marine    :(a.)                                 mastesr:(n.)

 mamier     :(n.)

 martial :(a.)                                   mastesrty            :(a

 mark:(n.)          K>^;                         mastery        :(n.)
                                                             86
mastiff          .                                                meadow                      (n

mat   :(n.)              j3                                       meagre          (a)
match                                                             meal
                                                                  mean
matchless                             .                           meaning
mate    .'                                                        means
material                 -.                                       measure                 :




materialism                                :                      measurement
matenalize                             :                          meat*
maternal                      :                        5o.        mechanic
matemity                          :{n.

mathematics                                        .
                                                                  mechanically                                    :




matinee                                                           medal       .(n.

matricide                         ,                               meddle
matriculation                                      :




matnmony                                  :(n.                    mediate                 (v          i.




matrix           :                                                mediator                    :




 matron                  :                                        medicine                    :




 matter              ,                                            mediocre                        :




 mature                  :                                        meditation                          :




 maturity                     :(n.)csSjo                          medium              -




 maul        :(v.                                                 meed        :




 maund                   :




 mausoleum                                     :



 maxim                                                            melancholy
                                                                  mellow          :




                                                                  melodious                           :




 May         :
                                                                  melody              :




 may                                                              meft    :




 mayor                   :                                         member                  ;




                                                                   membrane                               :




                                                                   memoir             .




 me                                                                memorable                                  :
men                                            S7
memorandum                                          metal

memorize ,(vt)2o3g3jo                               metamorphosis                                       (n

memory                  (n                          metaphor                                (n.

menace              .(n                             meteor                  .




mend                                                meter           (n

mendicant                                           method                      .




menial                                              metre       .(n

menses              :
                                                    metropolis                                  ,




mensuration                                         mettle          :




mentality               :                           mica    :




mention             :                               microbe                         :




mentor                                              microphone. (n.)^g
mercantile                                          microscope                                      :




mercenary                                           midday
merchandise                                         middle              :




merchant                                            middleman
merciiul                                            midnight
mercury                                             midst       .



                                                                                '


Mercury                                             midway
mercy                                               midwife
mere    .                                           mien

merge                                               might       *(n )?

merit       i




                                                    mighty              .(a.J^i^
                                                                                                        ??
meritonous .(a)(3rj^J                      c        migrate                     :(v
                                                                                        p

mermaid                                             migratory
mernment                                            milch

merry
merry-go-round                   (n   .'            mildew                  '(n                 )


mesmensm                                            mile   .( n J


mess            :                                   milestone                               :




                                                    military                                                 So.

message .(n
                             -

messenger                                           milky       :
                                                         88                                                       mis

mill   :                                                      mirror
                                                                       '

millennium                                 .(n                mirth

millepede                              .(n,                   misadventure                                 .(n

miller     :                                                  misanthrope                              .




millet     :                                                  misapprehension
million            r                                          misapprdpnate
millionaire

millstone                          .                          misbehave                        (vi.)


mimicry                .
                                                              miscalculation                                -.(


                                                                                               p

minar          :                                              miscarriage (n                                )e

mind                                                          miscellaneous
                                                              mischief -(n)&3

mindful                .
                                                              mischievous                              :(a.


                                                   (pro)^a    misconception
                                                                                                   -

mineral                                                       misconduct
                                                                                                   -


 mingle *(vt&                                vi.              miconstruct

 miniature                                                    miscreant

 minimize :(vt.)$AoCb                                         misdeed
 minimum                               :
                                                              misdirection

 minister                      :
                                                              miser        :




 ministry                      :
                                                              miserable

 minor             :(

                                                              misery (n
                                                              misfortune
 minority                  :



                                                              misigiving                   .




 mint      :                                                  misguide                 :




 minus                                                        mishap           :




 minute                .
                                                              misinform                :




                                                              misinterpret                             .




  miracle                  i
                                                              mislead              :



  miraculous                                                  mismanage                            .




  nr'irage                 :
                                                              misnomer                     :




  rrOre        :                                               misplace
mis                                 89                                                   moi
misprint      .(n              )>        mixture
mipronounce.                             moan        '




misquote           .
                                         moat    .




misreport          .
                                         mob
misrepresent:                            mobile          .




misrule       :(n )<$                    mobility                :(

miss                                     mock        -(vt.


                                         mockery                         :




misshape               ,
                                         mode        .




missile       :(n.) asses AS             model           :(n.)ssr-aa

                                         moderate                                .




mission                                  moderately
                                         modem                   :



misspend               ,
                                         modest                  .



               '
misstate                                 modesty                         :




misstep                                  modification                                :



mist .(n.                                modify          :




mistake                                  modulation
                                         module                  :(n.

                                         modus               :




mistaken               (a                mofussll                    :




mistily   :                              moist       :




mistress       .
                   (n .                  moisten                     .




                                         moisture                            :




mistrust       :                         molasses                                :




misunderstand
                                         mole    :




misuse                                   molecule                            :




mite:(n)csoJ;                            molest              :




mitigate       :                         molestation

mitigation                 .




mix                                      mollify         :(

mixed     :                              molten :{a.)scftoO3
 mom                      90                                      mot
 moment         :(n J^i        mood
 momentary                     moon
 momentous
                               moonlight                  :


 monarch            .
                               moonrise
 monarchy                   moonshine
 monastery                  moonstone
 Monday                     moor
 monetary           :
                            moot
money       :
                           moral
moneyed             -|
                           morale         :



moneyless                  morality           .



monger                     moralize               :



mongoose                   morals:
monition        :
                           morbid         .{a,
monitor
                           morbidity
monk:                      moreover
monkey          (n.        mom
monopolist                 morning            .




monopolize                 morning            star

monopoly :(n.)fa#          morose         :


monotonous                 morrow         :



monotony                   morsel     :




                           mortal:
monsoon         :
                          mortality           :



monster                   mortar
 o^2>                     mortgage                    .




monstrous                 mortification                       .




                          mortify     .



month   :
                          mortuary
monthly     :
                          mosque          :


monument            :
                          mosquito                .



mormmentai                moss,
                          moth
mot                                                                                         mur
mother           :                                  mucous ^
mother-in-law                                       mucus :(n
mother-land                           ,             mi'd    :(

motherless                           :(             muddle            -<

motherliness                                        muff    :(n )f

motherly (a.)se>3ot3                                muffle       :(

mother-tongue                               .
                                                    mug if
motion           :(n                                muggy         :(

motive       :                                      mulct    :(

motley       :                                      mule    :(

motor                                               mulish       :(

                                                    multicoloured :(a
motto    :
                                                    multiped :(n.)a2"dB&o*>:g)
mould                                               multiple :(n )7t>l^s^           (a )e

mount
mountain                 :
                                                    multiplication
mountaineer                           -(n       )   multiplicity               .(

mourn                                               multiplier         :


                         '                                        '

mourning                                            multiply
mouse        '

                                                    multitude          :



mousetrap                    :                      mum
moustache                        .                  mumble            :(\

mouth                                               mumps             (ri

mouthful             ,                              mundane                :




move                                                mungoose                   :



                                                    municipality
movement                     .(n.                   munificersce
                                                    munificent                 .(

moving                                              mura!
mow          (vt         )                          murder       :(

                                                    murderer
                                                    murky    .




muck-worm                        -

                                                    murmur        :
mus                                              92                                                                 nat
muscte                                                mythicaf                           .




muse     :
                                                      mythologi
museum :(n                                            mythology ^n
mushroom
music        :
                                                                                                 N
musical              :                                nabob
musician
                                                      nag    :



musk     :
                                                      nail

musket               .




muslin                                                narve      r


mustard                                               naked              :

                 '
muster
                                                      nakedness
musty        :

                                                      name:(n.)~Seb;
mutation

                                                      named                  :(a )"Scbrie
mutilate                 :
                                                                                             -
                                                      nameless
mutineer                         :

                                                      namely                     :


mutiny           .


                                                      nap
mutter           :(vt
                                                      nape       :

mutton               :


                                                      napkin                 :(n.
mutual           :(a
                                                      nan*ate                    :

mutuaHy                          :


                                                      narration                                         ^56
muzzle                                                                                       rtn^Sjo;         (<J
                     .(vt.)5*Q>Suj
                                                      narrative :(n.
my   :

                                                                                     *
                                                      narrator
myopia                   .




                                                      narrow                 :
myriad           :




mysterious                               .            narrowly                           :




mysteriousJy                                 :
                                                      narrow-nwided                              .(a

mystery                      :                        nasal      ila.

mystic           :(a.)
                                                      nascent                        .




mysticism                            :                nastiiy                .




mystify              :
                                                      nasty          :




                                                      natal :(

myth     :(n.                                         nation                 -(n.
ndt

national                     :                       necessary


nationa^srn

nationality                              .
                                                     necessity                               :




nationalize                                  :       neck    :




native                                               neckhace                        ,




                                                     nectar          :




nativity         :                                   need    :(n

natural          :




naturally
nature       :                                       needful                 :




naught           :                                   needle              :




naughty                                              needless
nausea               :(n.)5*&                        needs           :(n

nauseate                         .
                                                     needy           :




nautical                 :                           neem        :




naval       .(a,)                                    nefarious                           :




                                                     negation :(n.)se5S:o

navigate :(vi.                                       negative                    :




navigation                               :(n.        neglect :(vt

navigator                        :(n,                negligence

navy    :
            (n       .
                                                     negligent                       :




near:                                                negligible                          :




 (p.)tt                                  (vt.        negotiate                       :




nearly :(adv.)8Hwn;                                  negotiation
nearness                         :
                                                     neigh       :



neat    :
                                                     neighbour                               .




neatiy       :
                                                     neighbourhood
neatness                         :(n,                neighbouring                                    :




nebula           :(n.                                neighbourly                                 :




nebulous                             :               neither                 :




necessarily                                      :
      nep
                                                                                                                                                           nom
      nephew                                   :
                                                                         ntece                        :
                                                                                                                  (n.)



      Neptune                                  :
                                                                         niggard                                  :
                                                                                                                                  (n.)
      nepotism.                                                         night                     :
                                                                                                              (n.)

                                                                        nightingale                                                   :
                                                                                                                                              (n.)
     nerve                     :




     nervous                           :
                                                                        night-soil                                            :
                                                                                                                                   (n)

                                                                        nihilism                              :
                                                                                                                              (n)

     nervousness                                         :
                                                             (n.)
                                                                        nil       :
                                                                                      (n)                     &>x
     nest              :
                               (n.)
                                                                       nimble                             :
                                                                                                                  (a)

     net          :
                           (n.) 2e>
                                                                       nine               :
                                                                                                      (n.                     & a.)
     nether;                           (a.)
                                                                       nineteen                                       :
                                                                                                                                  (n.&        a.)

     neuralgia                             :
                                                   (n.)
                                                                       ninety (n.& a.                                                     )


     neuter                                                            ninth                  .
                                                                                                          (a)
                               :
                                       (a.)

     neutral                       :
                                                                       nip        :
                                                                                          (vt.)
                                       (a.)
                                                                       nipple                     :
                                                                                                              (n)
     neutrality                            :
                                                   (n.)
*                                                                      nit    :
                                                                                      (n)
     ne,/ei- (aoV.)                                                                                                   *QJ;

                                                                       nitrogen                               :
                                                                                                                              (n)
    nevertheless                                     :
                                                             (adv.)
                                                                       no     :
                                                                                      (adv.)                                      3
      id
                                                                      nobility:
    ***           :
                           (a.)                |S*,
                                                                      noble                   :
                                                                                                          (a.)                                 (n)
    newly                  :
                                   (aoV.)                    p        nobleman                                            :
                                                                                                                                  (n)
    news               :
                               (n.)
                                                                      nobody                              :
                                                                                                                  (n)
    newspaper                                       (n.)      ^oj     nocturnal                                   :
                                                                                                                              (a)                    so.
    news-vendor                                          :
                                                                      nod:(vt.)*o
                                                                      node            :
                                                                                                  (n)                 ***>%
    next      :
                       (a.)
                                                                      noise           :
                                                                                                  (n)
    nib
                                                                                                                          $ja
          ;
                      (n.)             d*
                                                                      noiseless                                   :
                                                                                                                              (a)         d
    ntobte             :
                                   (vt)
                                                                      noisy           :
                                                                                                  (a)

                                                                      nomad                       :
                                                                                                              (n)
    nice      :
                      (a .)

    nicety             :
                               (n.)                                   nominal                         :                            -&&&
                                                                                                              (a)
    nickname                           :
                                               (n.)                                                   r:                                      -&CW&
                                                                                                                      (adv.)
    nom                                                                                                                                                       nui

    nominate                                           ;
                                                                   (vt.)          noun              :
                                                                                                                (n)

                                                                                  nourish                           :
                                                                                                                                (vt)

    nomination                                             :
                                                                   (n)            nourishing                                            :
                                                                                                                                            (a)

    nonchalance                                                    :
                                                                        (n)       nourishment                                                :
                                                                                                                                                  (n)

    none          :
                                  (a)                                             rovsl             :
                                                                                                                (a)                     1^*3            (n)

    nonentity                                      :
                                                           (n)                    novelist                          :
                                                                                                                                (n)

                                                                                  novally                       :
                                                                                                                            (n)             [Td
    nonsense                                           :
                                                               (n)           tf   November                                          :
                                                                                                                                            (n)

    non-stop                                               (a&ndv)                now           :
                                                                                                            (adv.)

    noodle                            :
                                               (n)                                nowadays                                          :
                                                                                                                                            (adv.)

    nook          :
                                  (n)                                             nowhere                                   :
                                                                                                                                        (adv.)

    neon          :
                                  (n)                                             nucleus                           :
                                                                                                                            (n)             to|c
    noc S3                    :
                                              (n)                                 nude              :
                                                                                                                (a.)

    nor   :
                  (conj)                                                          nudity                    :
                                                                                                                    (n)

    norm          :
                                  (ri)                     "aj^                   nuisance                                  :
                                                                                                                                        (n}

    nortTial                      :
                                               (a)                                null:
                                                                                                    (a.)2ga
    north             :
                                      (n)                  Ag                     nullify               :
                                                                                                                (v.t.)


|
    northern                                   :
                                                           (a)                    numb                  :
                                                                                                                (a.)

    nose          ;               (n)                                             number                            :
                                                                                                                                (n)

    nosegay                                    :
                                                           (n)                    numeral                               :       (n)

    nostril                   :
                                              (ri)
                                                                                  numerator                                         :
                                                                                                                                            (n)

    not   :
                  (adv.)                                       *e^; 3             numerous                                          :
                                                                                                                                            (a)

    notable                                        (a)                            nun       :
                                                                                                    (n)
                                                                   |3&g'a
    notably                               :
                                                   (adv.)                         nunnery                               :
                                                                                                                                (n)

    note      :
                              (r.)                     6iS;                       nuptials                              :
                                                                                                                                (n)

    noted                 ,
                                          (a)                                     nurse                 ;
                                                                                                                (n)                     o*5         (vt.)
                                                            |a&g
,
    noteworthy                                                 :
                                                                       (a)        nurture                       :




    nothing                                :
                                                   (n)                            nut   :
                                                                                                    (n) ftoe;

    notice                    :
                                              (n)                                 nutmeg                            :
                                                                                                                                (n)

    notify                :
                                          (vt)

    rtotion                       :
                                               (n)                                nutriment                                     :        (n)      wtf caw

    notorious                                          :
                                                               (a.)               nutrraon                              :



                                                                                  nutritive
    nought                                :
                                                   (n)
                                                                                                                        :
                                                                                                                                (a)
 nym
                                                                                                                                                                oo
 nymph                                     (n)                                   observe                                  :
                                                                                                                                               (vt)


                                                                  o             obsolete                                  :
                                                                                                                                          (a)
 oak       .
                       (n)                 <L                                   obstacle                              :
                                                                                                                                      (n)
 oar                                   ass                                      obstetrics
                                                                                                                                                    &o(fda as
       :
                   (n)                                                                                                            :
                                                                                                                                              (n)
                                                       '




 oasis                 :
                               (n)                                              obstinacy                                         .
                                                                                                                                           (n)
 oath          :
                           (n)                                                  obstinate                                 :
                                                                                                                                          (a)
 obdurate                                  :
                                                           (a)                  obstruct                          :
                                                                                                                                  (vt,)

 obedience                                             :
                                                            (n)                 obstruction                                               :
                                                                                                                                               (n)
 obedient                              :
                                                   (a)                          obtain                :
                                                                                                              (vt)

 obeisance                                         :
                                                            (n)                 obtuse                    :
                                                                                                                  (a)

 obey          :
                           (vt)                    we &                         obviate                   :
                                                                                                                      (vt)

 obituary:                                                                      obvious                       :
                                                                                                                          (a)

 object                :
                                   (n)                                          occasion                              :
                                                                                                                                      (n)

objection                                  :
                                                       (n.)                     occasional                                            :
                                                                                                                                              (a)

objectionable                                                :
                                                                  (a.)         occasionally                                                :
                                                                                                                                                (adv)
objective                              :
                                                   (n)           a             occidental                                     :
                                                                                                                                          (a.)
oblation                       :
                                           (n)                   D             occutt             .
                                                                                                          (a)

obligation                                 :
                                                       (n)       a             occupancy                                          :
                                                                                                                                              (n)

obligatory                                 :
                                                       (a.)                    occupant                           :
                                                                                                                                  (n)
oblige             :
                           (vt.)                                               occupy                 :
                                                                                                                  (vt)

obliging                               (a)                                     occur         :
                                                                                                      (vt)

oblique                    :
                                       (a)                 Sojre               occurrence                                         .
                                                                                                                                              (n)
oblivion                   .
                                       (n)                                     ocean             :
                                                                                                          (n)
oblong                 :
                                   (a)                                         octagon                    :
                                                                                                                      (n)
obnoxious                                      :
                                                           (a)    3s           October                    ;
                                                                                                                  (n)
obscene                            :
                                            (a.)                               octopede                           :
                                                                                                                              (n)
obscure                        :
                                       (a.)                                    ocular        :




obsequies                                  :
                                                           (n)                 odd   :
                                                                                             (a)
observance                                         :
                                                            (n)
observant                              :
                                                   (a)                         oddity        ;
                                                                                                      (n)
observation                                        :
                                                            (n)          33$   odds      :
                                                                                                 (n)

                                                                               odium         :
                                                                                                      (n)
                                                                               97                                                                                 opp
                  r           :
                                      (n)                                           once       :




of    :
              (p)
off       :       (adv)                                                             one    :
                                                                                                   (n                  &           a)

offence                               :
                                              (n)                                   oneness                                        (n)

offend                            :
                                          (vt)
                                                                                    one-sided                                      :
                                                                                                                                               (a)

offensive                                     :
                                                          (a)                       onion              :           (n)

offer             :
                              (vt)
                                                                                    onlooker                                   :
                                                                                                                                           (n)

offering                              .
                                                  (n)                               only               (adv)

offhand                                   :
                                                      (adv)                         onslaught                                      ,
                                                                                                                                                   (n)      ^
                                                                                    onus           :
                                                                                                               (n)                     u           6



office                    :
                                      (n)                 33;                       onward                             :
                                                                                                                                   (adv)

officer                           :
                                          (n)                                       ooze           :
                                                                                                               (vi)

official                          ;
                                          (n)                                       opaque                             :
                                                                                                                                   (a)

offset                                (vt)                 3u                       open                               :
                                                                                                                                                        (a)

offshoot                                      .
                                                          (n)           T            3S5^5l5^5S                                                         (Vt)


offspring                                         :
                                                          (n)                       opener (n)                     :




often                     :
                                      (adv.)                                        opening                                        (n)

ogle              :
                              (n)

oil       :       (n)                                                               open-hearted                                                        :
                                                                                                                                                            (a)

                                                                                    openly                                     (adv)
oily          :
                          (a)                 d^K                                                              :




ointment                                          :
                                                          (n)                       opera                  :
                                                                                                                       (n)

old           :
                          (a)                 SMS>&                                 operate                                                (vi.)


olfactory                                         :
                                                          (a)

omen                          :
                                          (n)                                       operation                                          :
                                                                                                                                                   (n)      33;
ominous                                           :
                                                          (a)                       opine                  :
                                                                                                                       (v.t,&                           v,i.)


omission                                              :
                                                           (n)                      opinion                                :
                                                                                                                                   (n)

omit                  :
                                  (vt.)                                             opium                      :
                                                                                                                               (n)

omnipotent                                                  :
                                                                        (a)         opponent                                               :
                                                                                                                                                   (n)
                                                                    *

omnipresent                                                              (a)        opportune                                                  :
                                                                                                                                                       (a.)

omniscient                                                          (a)             opportunity                                                         (n.)

 omnivorous                                                     :
                                                                        (a)          oppose                                    :
                                                                                                                                       (vt.)

                                                                                     opposite                                      :
                                                                                                                                               (a)

 on           .
                      (p.)                                 a;                        opposition                                                    ;
                                                                                                                                                       (n)
  opp                                                                  98                                                                         oist

  oppress                                     :
                                                       (vt) S           orient                    :
                                                                                                              (a&n)
  oppression                                                :
                                                                (n)     orifice                       :
                                                                                                                  (n)
  oppressive                                            :
                                                                (a)     origin                    :
                                                                                                              (n)
  optjc               :
                                      (a)
                                                      tf^               original                              .
                                                                                                                      (a)
 optimism                                         :
                                                       (n)              originality                                    .
                                                                                                                                   (n)       5a
 optimist                                 :
                                                      (n)               originally                                 :
                                                                                                                           (adv)
 optimum                                      :
                                                       (a)              originate                                 :
                                                                                                                           (vi)          %
 option                           :
                                          (n)                           omameni                                        :
                                                                                                                               (n)
 optional                                 :
                                                      (a.)              ornamental                                             :
                                                                                                                                    (a)
 opulence                                         :
                                                       (n)              orphan                            :
                                                                                                                  (n)
 or   :
          (conj)                                      3s                orphanage                                           :
                                                                                                                                    (n)
 oracle                   :
                                      (n)              a
 oral                 (a)
          :
                                                                        orthodox                                  :
                                                                                                                           (a)
 orange                           :
                                          (n)                           oscillate                             :
                                                                                                                       (vi)
                                                                                                                                     *

 oration                          :
                                          (n)                           oscillation                                    :
                                                                                                                               (n)
 orator               :
                                      (n)
                                                                        oscillatory                                    :
                                                                                                                                (a)
 orbit        :
                      (n)                                              ostensibia                                      ;



 orchard                              :
                                              (n)                      ostrich                        :
                                                                                                                  (n)
ordain                    :
                                      (vt)                             other                          (a)
ordeai                :
                                      (n)                              otherwise                                   :
                                                                                                                           (conj)
order                 :
                                          (       n)            a#     oui)ht             :
                                                                                                          (v.)
  (vt)                                                                 ounce
          wzj2o                                                                               :
                                                                                                          (n)
orderly                       :
                                          (a)                          our   :
                                                                                      (a)                          P
                                                                                                                                   ofc:^
ordinance                                         :
                                                       (n)             ours       :
                                                                                              (pro.)
ordinaiy                              :
                                              (a)                      oust:              (vt)
ordnance                                      :
                                                      (n)              out   :
                                                                                  fadv)
ore   :
          (n)                                                          out-snd out                                         :
                                                                                                                                   (adv)
organ             :
                              (n)                                      outbreak                               :
                                                                                                                      (n)
organic                       :
                                          (a)                          outcasle                           :
                                                                                                                   (vt)
organism                                  :
                                                      (n)              outcome                            :
                                                                                                                   (n)
organization                                            :
                                                                 (n)   outer/             :
                                                                                                      (n)

                                                                             to       :
                                                                                                  (vt)
organize                              :
                                              (v.t)                    outdoor:                                   /a)
out
outer    :
                     (a)                                                            overtook                           :
                                                                                                                                   (vt)

outermost                                    :
                                                     (a)                            overlord                                       (n)

outflow                  :           (n) (ft                                        overpower                                          .
                                                                                                                                               (vt)


outgoing (a.)                        :                                              override                       .
                                                                                                                                   (vt)

outlaw (vt) at;      :                                                              overrun                    .
                                                                                                                               (n) s

outlay           :
                             (n)                                                    oversight                                  :
                                                                                                                                           (n)

outlet       :
                             (n)                                                    overstep                                           (vt)

outline              :
                                     (n)                                            overt          .
                                                                                                           (a)                         a9
                                                                                                                                        a


outlook                      :
                                         (n)                                        overthrow                                          :       (vt)

outlying (a)                     :
                                                                                    overture.
out-of-date                                          :
                                                          (a.)        gr            overwhelm                                              .
                                                                                                                                                (vt)

out-of-the-way                                                  .
                                                                    (a.)            overwork                                       :       (n)

output                   :
                                     (n)                                            overwrought                                                 :
                                                                                                                                                     (a)

outrage                                      (n)              &
                                                                      1




outright                         :
                                             (a)              a^ ^                   ovum              :
                                                                                                               "(n)

outset (n)               :
                                                                                     owe           :
                                                                                                           (vt)

outshine (vt)                            :
                                                                                     owing                             (a)

outside                          :
                                             (a)                                     owl       :
                                                                                                       (n)
outaktns                                 :
                                                     (n)                             own:
outstanding                                               ,
                                                                (a)                  owner                     :
                                                                                                                           (n)
 outward                                 :
                                                 (a)                                 ox    :
                                                                                                   (n)                     2&
 oval    :           (a)                                                             oxide                 :
                                                                                                                       (n)

 ovary               :
                                 (n)
                                                                                     oxygen                                :
                                                                                                                                       (n)
 oven            :
                             (n)                                                                                   '

                                                                                                                                   (n)
                                                                                     oyster
 over (p)    :                                   &tf
 overawe                                     .
                                                         (vt)

 overcome                                            :
                                                           (vt)

 over-confidence                                                          .
                                                                              (n)
                                                                                      pace                 :
                                                                                                                       (n)

                                                                                      pacific                          :           (a)          **o&~&

                                                                                      pacify                       :
                                                                                                                                   (vt.)
  overdraft                                      :
                                                          (n)

  overdue                                    :
                                                         (a)                          pack                 .               (vt)


  overhear                                                                            package                                          :
                                                                                                                                               (n)    So;
                                                 :
                                                          (vt)

  overload                                       :
                                                          (n)       ^S"               packer                                   :       (n)
  pac
                                                                                                                                            par
  Packet                            .
                                            (n)                     pan            :
                                                                                               (n)
  Wet               :
                                (n)                                 panacea                                     :
                                                                                                                        (n)
  Pad           :
                        (n)                     <*
                                                                    pancake                                 :
                                                                                                                        (n)
  paddle                                    (vi)                   pancreas                                             :
                                                                                                                                  (n)
 paddy                          :
                                        (n)
 padbck                                 :
                                                (n)                pandemonium                                                    :
                                                                                                                                      (n)
 Page               :
                                (n) ^>                             pandit                      :



 Pageant                                :
                                                (n)                panegyric                                        :
                                                                                                                            (n)

 pageantry                                      :
                                                     (n)           panel                   :
                                                                                                   (n)
                                                                                                                        "Sg
 pagoda                             :
                                                (n)                pang                :
                                                                                                   (n)
 paid       :
                        (a)                                        panic               :
                                                                                                   (n)
 Pail               (n)                 xxo&i                     pannfer                          :
                                                                                                           (n)
 Pah        :
                        (n)                                       panorama:
 painful                    :                                                  '

                                                                  pant                     (vi)

 painstaking                                          (a)         pantaloon                                     :
                                                                                                                        (n)
Paint           :
                        (n)
                                                                  pantheism                                     ;
                                                                                                                            (n)
painter                     :
                                        (n)                       panther                                  (n)
par     :
                ( ) n o
                                                                  pap      :
                                                                                   (n)
palace                  :
                                                                  papaya                       :
                                                                                                       (n)
palanquin                                   :
                                                 (n)   Sol
                                                                  paper            :
                                                                                               (n)

                                                                  pappous                              .
                                                                                                            (a)

                                                                 pappy             :
                                                                                               (a)                  3jj
pakn:
                                                                 par   :
                                                                               (n) ao-

                                                                 parable                   :
                                                                                                       (n)

                                                                 parabola                          :
                                                                                                           (n)
Palmistry                           :

                                                                 Parade
                            :
                                    (n)
                                                                                                   (n)
                                                                                                                        ^
                                                                 paradigm                          :
                                                                                                            (n)
                            :
                                        (achr)
                                                                 paradise                      :
                                                                                                           (n)

                                                                 paradox                   :
                                                                                                       (n)

                                                                 paradoxical                                :




                                                             I   paragon                   :
                                                                                                       (n)

                                                             (paragraph                                     (n)
    par                                                          101                                                                         pat

    parallax                        (n)                                partiality                                    (n)

    parallel                        (a)                                participate                                               (vi)
                                         '


    parallelism                                  (n)                   participle                            :
                                                                                                                         (n)

    parallelogram:                                                     particle                          (n)

                                                                       particular                                .
                                                                                                                             (n) as8:&u(a)

    paralysis                            (n)

    paramount                                    (a)                   particularly                                      :
                                                                                                                                 (adv)
i

    parapet                         (n)                                parting              :
                                                                                                      (n)

    paraphrase                                       (n)               partisan                                      (a)

                                :
    parasite                         (n)

    parcel              ,
                                (n)          s                         partition                 :
                                                                                                                 (n)
                                             "
                    *

    parch                   (vt)                                       partly       :
                                                                                             (adv)

    pard    :
                        (n)                                            partner               :
                                                                                                         (n)

    pardon                                                             partnership                                           :
                                                                                                                                  (n)

    pardonable,                                                        partridge

    parent              :
                                (n)                                    parturition                                   :
                                                                                                                                 (n)

    parentage                        .
                                                 (n)                   party                (n)                      2^S
    paring              :
                                (n) -&                                 pass     :
                                                                                            (vi)                     a^;
    parity      :
                            (n)                                        passable                              :
                                                                                                                         (a)

    park    :       (n)                                                passage                           .
                                                                                                                     (n)

    parley          :
                                (n)                                    passenger                                         .
                                                                                                                                 (n)

    parliament                                   (n)                   passion                    :
                                                                                                                     (n)

    pariour                         (n)                                passionate                                            :
                                                                                                                                  (a)

    parody                  :
                                    (n)                                passive                   .
                                                                                                                 (a)

    parole                      (n)                                    passiveness
                                     '


    paroxysm                                 (n)                       past    :
                                                                                            (a)

    parricide                            (n)                           paste         :
                                                                                                 (n)                     K*&>;
                                                                                                 '


    parrot                      (n)                                    pastime                                   (n)

    parry       :
                                                                       pastoral                      :
                                                                                                                     (a)

    parsimony                                    :
                                                           (n)         pasture                   :
                                                                                                                 (n)

                                                                       pat         (n) ~3jo

    part:       (                                                      patch            :
                                                                                                 (n)

    partial             :
                                (a)                                    patent                        (a)                         aj^
pat                                                                       102                                                                           pen
paternal                       :
                                               (a)                          peal    :
                                                                                                (n)

path   .
                   (n)                         s">                          pearl           :
                                                                                                    (n)

pathetic                       :
                                               (a)                          peasant                          .
                                                                                                                             (n)

pathology                                      :
                                                           (n)              pebble                   :
                                                                                                                 (n)

pathos                     :
                                       (n)                                  peccable                                     :
                                                                                                                                     (a)

patience                               :
                                                   (n)                      peck        :
                                                                                                    (vt)

patient                :
                                       (a.)                                 peculiar                         .
                                                                                                                             (a)

patnarch                                :
                                                       (n)                  peculiarity                                          :
                                                                                                                                             (n)

patricide                              .
                                                   (n)                      pecuniary                                        :
                                                                                                                                         (a)       $3
patrimony                                          :
                                                            (n)             pedagogue                                                    :
                                                                                                                                              (n)   &
patriot                :
                                   (n)                                      pedestrian                                               .
                                                                                                                                             (n)

patriotism                                         :
                                                           (n)              pedigree                                 :
                                                                                                                                  (n)

patrol:                        (vi)                                         peduncle                                     :
                                                                                                                                     (n)           5;
patron                 :
                                                                            peel    :
                                                                                                    (vt)

patronage                                              :
                                                            (n)             peep            :
                                                                                                     (vt)

patronize                                      :
                                                           (vt)             peer        .
                                                                                                    (n)

pattern                    :
                                           (n)                              peerage                              :
                                                                                                                             (n)

paucity                        :
                                            (n)                             peerless                                 .
                                                                                                                                 (a)

pauper:                                    (n)                              peevish                                          (a)

pause                              (n)                                      peg     :
                                                                                                (n)

pavilion                           :
                                               (n)                          pelican                      :
                                                                                                                         (n)

paw        :
                       (n)                                                  pel!                (n)

pawn               .
                                                                            pellet              :
                                                                                                         (n)

pay                (vt)
                                               3go&>                (n)     pellicle                 .
                                                                                                                     (n)

payable                            :
                                                   (a)                      pell-mell                            .
                                                                                                                             (adv)
payment                                    :
                                                       (n)                  pen     .
                                                                                                (n)                      So^o;
pea    :
                   (n)                                                      penal               :
                                                                                                         (a)                                 o3
peace                  :
                                   (n)                                      penalty                          :
                                                                                                                                     (n)

peaceful                                   :
                                                       (a)

peacefully                                             :
                                                            (adv)               penance                              :
                                                                                                                                     (n)

peacock                                    :
                                                           (n)                  pencil                       (n)

peahen                             :
                                                (n)                             pendent                              ;
                                                                                                                                 (a)
oeak           :
                           (n)                                                  pending                          :
                                                                                                                              (a)
 E?                                                                                                                                 per
 pendulum                                     (n)            perfectly                       :
                                                                                                         (adv)

 penetrate                    :
                                          (vt)               perfidy             :
                                                                                             (n)

 penguin              :
                                  (n) &                      perforate                                       (vt)

peninsula                         :
                                           (n)               perforce                     .
                                                                                                         (adv)

penis        :
                          (n)                                perform                 :
                                                                                                     (vt)

                                                             performance                                          :
                                                                                                                       (n)

penitence                         :
                                              (n)            perfume                  :
                                                                                                     (n)

penitentiary:                                                perfunctorily                                        :
                                                                                                                      (adv)e>(?gn
                                                             perfuse                             (vt)

penniless                     :
                                          (a)                perhaps                     :




pension               :
                                  (n)                        pericarp                 ;
                                                                                                     (n.)
                                                                                                                      a33&y^
pensive                       (a)                            perfl   :
                                                                         (n)

pentagon                      :
                                          (n)                perilous                :
                                                                                                 (a)

penultimate                                    :
                                                       (a)   perimeter                           :
                                                                                                             (n)

                                                             period          :
                                                                                     (n)

penury           :
                          (n)                                periodical                          :
                                                                                                             (n)

peon             (n)                                         periphery                                       (n)      ^
people           .
                          (n)                                perish      :           (vi)


pepper           :
                          (n)                                perishable                                  :
                                                                                                              (a)

peptic       :
                     (a)                                     perjury         :
                                                                                         (n)

perambulate                                   :
                                                    (vi)     perk    :




perceive              :
                                  (vt)                       permanence                                       :
                                                                                                                      (n)

perception                            :
                                              (n)            permanent                                   :
                                                                                                              (a)      *

perceptive                            :
                                              (a)            permanently:
perch    :
                     (vt)                                    permeable                               :
                                                                                                              (a)

percolate                     :
                                          (vt)               permission                                  :    (n)

percuss              :
                                  (vt)                       permit      :
                                                                                     (vt)

percussion                                :
                                               (n)           permutation:
perdition                 :
                                      (n)                    pernicious                              :
                                                                                                             (a)

peremptorily                                  :
                                                   (adv)     perpendicular:
perennial                 :
                                      (a)                    perpetrate                              :
                                                                                                             (vt)

perfect          :       (a)                                 perpetual                       :           (a)

perfection                        :
                                           (n)               perpetuate                                  :    (vt)
par                                                                  104                                                                             ph>
perpetuity                    :
                                      (n)                              pervasive                                  :
                                                                                                                               (a)
perplex       .
                      (vt)                                             perverse                                            (a)

 erplexity                :
                                      (n)                              perversity                                  :
                                                                                                                               (n)
 persecute                    :
                                      (vt)              >
                                                                       pessimist                                  :
                                                                                                                               (n)
persecution                           :
                                              (n)                      pest      :
                                                                                         (n)                      3$eu
perseverance                                  :
                                                       (n)             pestilence                                      :
                                                                                                                                   (n)         5&
persevere:                                                             pestilent                          :
                                                                                                                      (a)

persevering                           :
                                              (a)               He     pestle            .
                                                                                                      (n)
persist               (vi)                    5t5                      pet   :
                                                                                     (n)

                                                                       petal         :
                                                                                             (n)
persistence                           :
                                              (n)                      petiole               :
                                                                                                          (n)
person    :
                      (n)                                              petition                   :
                                                                                                              (n)

persona!                          (a)                                  petitioner                             :
                                                                                                                           (n)                 K&
personality                       :
                                          (n)          3ar*a           petrify           :
                                                                                                      (vt)

personally                    :
                                      (adv)                            petty                 (a)
                                                                                                                           3^
personification                                    :
                                                        (n)            petulance                                  :
                                                                                                                               (n)

                                                                       phantasy                               :
                                                                                                                           (n)

personify                     :
                                              (vt)                     phantom                            :
                                                                                                                       (n)

                                                                       pharmacy                                   :
                                                                                                                               (n)
personnel                     :
                                      (n)                              pharynx                                                         33 s$
                                                       **jn>e                                         :
                                                                                                              (n)

                                                                       phase             :
                                                                                                  (n) 5$;
perspicacious                                  :
                                                                       phenomenon                                                      :
                                                                                                                                               (n)

perspicuous
perspiration                          :
                                          :
                                                  (a)                  phial     :
                                                                                         (n)                               ^&
                                              (n)                      philanthropist                                                      :
                                                                                                                                               (n)

perspire          :
                          (vt)                                         philology                          :
                                                                                                                       (n)

persuade                  :       (vt)                                 philosopher                                             :



persuasion                        :
                                              (n)                      philosophy                                          :



pertain   ;
                      (vi)
                                                                       phlegm                 :
                                                                                                          (n)
pertinent             :
                                                                       phonetics                               :
                                                                                                                            (n)
perturb       :
                          (vt)                                         phosphorus                                                  :
                                                                                                                                           (n)

                                                                       photograph                                              :
                                                                                                                                       (n)
peruse    :
                      (vt)                                             phrase                :
                                                                                                          (n)
pervade           :
                              (vt)
                                                                       physic            :
                                                                                                      (n)
phy                                                                          JOS                                                                                    pit

physical                    :
                                            (a)              *                     pillage               :           (n)

physician                               :
                                                    (n)                            pillar    :
                                                                                                             (n)             ^
physics                 :
                                        (n)                  ^SS                   pillow            :
                                                                                                                 (n)

physiognomy                                                      :
                                                                       (n)         pilot     :
                                                                                                         (n)

                                                                                   simple                    :
                                                                                                                         (n)

                                                                                                                                 ?
physiology                                          :
                                                         (n)                       pin   :
                                                                                                 (n)

physique                                :
                                                    (n)                            pincers                           :
                                                                                                                             (n)

                                                                                                                                         ft
pick    :
                (vt)                                                               pinch:                    (vl)
                                                                                                                                                                           "


                :
                            (n)                                                    pine              :               (n)                                       3i   (vi)
pickle

pick-pocket                                              :
                                                                     (n)

picnic              :
                                (n)                                                 pineapple                                            :
                                                                                                                                                 (n)

                        :               (n)                                         pinion                   :
                                                                                                                         (n)
picotta

 pictorial                      :
                                                (a)                                 pink         :
                                                                                                             (n)

                            :
                                        (n}                                         pinnacle                                 :
                                                                                                                                             (n)
 picture

 picturesque                                                 :
                                                                     (a)            pioneer                              :           (vt)


 piddling                           :               (a)                             pious                    :           (a)

                                                                                                         :           (n)
 piece:                         (n)                                                  pipai

 pierce                 :
                                    (vt)                                             pipe                :
                                                                                                                 (n)

 piercer                        :           (n)                                      piquant                                 :           (a)


 piercing                               :               (a)                          pique                       :
                                                                                                                             (vt)


  piety             :
                                (n)                     B                            pirate                      :
                                                                                                                             (n)

                                            So                                       Pisces                              :
                                                                                                                                     (n)
  pig       :
                    (a)

                                                                                     pistol                      :
                                                                                                                             (n)
  pigeon                            :
                                                (n)
                                                                                      piston                             :           (n)
  pig-iron                                  :           (n)
                                                                                      pit        :           (n)
  pigment                                       :       (n)
                                                                                      pitdi                      ;           (n) 0*20;
  pike              :
                                (n)
                                                                                      pitcher                                :
                                                                                                                                             (n)
  pile          :       (n)
                                                                                      .piteous                                       :
                                                                                                                                                 (a)
  piles                 :           (n)
                                                                                                             :
                                                                                      pith                               (n) zasj
   pilfer                   :                   (vt&                  vl)

                                                                                      pithy                          :           (a)

                                                                                       pitiable                                      :           (a)
   pilgrim                              :               (n)
                                                                                         pftless                                     :           (a)
      pilgrimage                                                 ;
                                                                      (n)
                                                                                         pittance"                                           :
                                                                                                                                                  (n)   sjo*
      pill:                 (
                                                                              106                                                                 plu

pity        :
                        (n)                                                     playwright                                 :
                                                                                                                                   (n)

pivot               :
                                (n)                                             plea     :
                                                                                                     (n)                 ^s^o
placate                                 :
                                                (vt)                            plead            :
                                                                                                             (vt&                  vi)

place                   :
                                    (n)                                         pleader                      :
                                                                                                                         (n)       i
placenta                                    :
                                                        (n)                     pleasant                             :
                                                                                                                          (a)        ^o^
placid                      :
                                        (a)              ^otJ"2o                pleasantly                                :
                                                                                                                               (adv)
plagiarist                                      :
                                                        (n).                    pleasantry                                 :
                                                                                                                                   (n)

plague                          :
                                            (n)                                 please               :
                                                                                                                     (vi)

plain           :
                                (a)
                                                    ss>|o3(n)                   pleasing                             :
                                                                                                                          (a)        c
plainly                     :
                                            (adv)                               pleasurable                                    :
                                                                                                                                    (a)

plainness                                           :
                                                         (n)                    pleasure                             :
                                                                                                                          (n)

plaint              :
                                    (n)                 $                       plebeian                             :
                                                                                                                          (a)

plaintiff                           :
                                            (n)                                 pledge                   :
                                                                                                                     (n)

piait       :
                        (n)                                                     plenary                      :
                                                                                                                         (a)

plan        :
                                                                                plentiful                        :
                                                                                                                         (a)

plane               :
                                    (a)
                                                        ^So^s                   plentyj                          (a)

planet                      :
                                        (n) jHSKSaa                             pliable              :
                                                                                                                     (a)

planetary                                    :
                                                        (a)    go               pliers       :
                                                                                                         (n)               \


plank               :
                                (n)                     2og,      o            plight        :
                                                                                                         (n)

plant           :
                            (n)                                                plot:
plantain                                :
                                                (n)

plantation                                       :
                                                         (n)                   plough                :
                                                                                                                     (n)                   (vt)

plaster                         :
                                            (n)                                plougher                              :
                                                                                                                          (n)
plastic                     :
                                        (a)                                    pluck         :
                                                                                                         (vt)

plat    :
                    (vt)
                                                                               plug    :
                                                                                                 (n)
plate           :
                            (n)                                                plum              :
                                                                                                             (n)
plateau                             :
                                            (n)                                plume:                        (n)
platform                                :
                                                (n)                            plump:                (a)

play    :
                    (n) (Iss;                                  susto   (vt)    plumpy                    :(a)

                                                                               plumule                       :
                                                                                                                         (n)
player                  :
                                    (n)
                                                                               plunder:
playful                     :
                                        (a)
                                                                               plunge                :
                                                                                                                 (vt)

playground                                              :
                                                            (n)
                                                                               plural        :
                                                                                                         (a)              v
                                                                   107                                                                          per
                                                                                     '


 pjurisie
                                :
                                            (n)                           poll                       (vi)
                                                                                                         *


               :           (a)                                            poller)                                    (n)
 plus

 Pluto                 :    (n)                                           poll-tax                                       (n)

 pjy
       ;           (vt)                                                   pollute                                    (vt)

                                                  (n)   s*6t&fce          pollution                                  :
                                                                                                                           (n)
 pnuemonia.
                                                                         polygon                                          (n)


 poach'                                                                  pomegranate                                                :
                                                                                                                                        (n)

 pock              :       (n)                                           pomp                        .
                                                                                                                 (nj          J^ss
 pocket                                 (n) 5                            pond                    :
                                                                                                             (n) ?boto;

 pockmark                                        (n)                     ponder                                      (vt)


 pod       .
                       (n)                  sd&;                         pony                :
                                                                                                         (n)

 poem                       (n)                                          pool        :
                                                                                                     (n)

poet           :           (n)              5D                           poor            .
                                                                                                     (a

poetess                         :           (n)                          Pope                :
                                                                                                         (n)              &fy
poetry.                                                                  populace                                     :
                                                                                                                              (n)

poignant                             :
                                                (a)                      popular                             :           (a)

point                      (n)

poise              .
                           (n)                                           p'opuianty                                           (n)

ooison                              (n)                                  population                                       :     (n)

poke                       (vt}                                          populous                                             (a)       a^lo
polar                      (a)                                           porcelain                                         (n)          &onrf

pole       .
                       (n)                                               pore                        (n)

polemics                                .
                                                (n)                      pork                        (n)

FoteStar.                                       (n)                      porous                          :
                                                                                                                     (a)

                       :
                            (n)                                          pomdge                                  .
                                                                                                                          (n)    ts3      T



                       :
                            (n)                                          port    :
                                                                                             (n)                     LS o^>
polish                 :
                            (/i)                                         portable                                .




pqlae              .
                           (a)

politeness                                  :
                                                 (n)                     portend                             :
                                                                                                                     (vi)


political                   :
                                        (a)                              porter                  :
                                                                                                             (P)

ftolrtictan                         :
                                            (n)                          portfolio                           :
                                                                                                                         (n)

                                             (n)                         portion                                     (n)

                                                                         portly: (a) s'3
Pir                                                                                                                pra

portrait                   (n)                                   potent
portray            :
                           (vt)                                  potentate
pose       :
               (vi)                                              potential                       :


                                                                                 '

position                           (n)                           pother
positive               :
                               (a)                               potion          :




possess                                (vt)                      pottage                 :




possession                                     :
                                                           (n)   potter      :




possibility                            :
                                                                 pottery             :




possible                   :
                                                                 pouch           :




post       :(n.)                                                 poultry             :




poster         :
                                                                 pounce                  :(v.t)"2<i

posterior                      :
                                                                 pound           :




posterity                  :
                                                                 pour    :




posthaste                              ;
                                                                 poverty                 :




posthumous                                         :
                                                                 powder                  :




                                                                 power :(n.)*;
postman                        :
                                                                 powerful                        :(a.)?

postmark                           :
                                                                 powerless :(a}3.
postmaster                                     -(n               practical :(a

post-meredian                                                    practically

  ajss                                                           practice                        .(n   )eosp*jo;

post-mortem                                            .


                                                                                             -

post-office                                                      practise
                                                                                 -

                                                                 prairie

postpone                               :(v.t.)*pccoc5            praise          .


                                                                                 -


postscript                                 :
                                                                 praise
                                                                                                        -


postulate                          i
                                                                 praiseworthy
posture :(n)|a;                                                  prank       :




pot    :
                                                                 prate       :(vt.

potash                 :
                                                                 prawn           .




potato             :                                             pray    :(v.t.

potency                    :(n.)^                                prayer          :
                                                         1Q9_                                                                pre
preach:(v.t                                                     preface          .(n.)5>6S
preacher              :
                                                                prefer       :




preaching                                                       preferable :(a.)"i>J
preamble                  :
                                                                preference                               :




precanous                                                       prefix   :




precaution                                                      pregnancy                            :




precede           :
                                                                pregnant                 :(

precedent                                                       prejudice                    :



precept       :
                                                                prejudiced                           :



preceptor                     :(n                               prejudicial                          :



precession                            :(                        preliminary                              :



precinct          :(n                                           prelude          :




precious              :
                                                                premature :(a.)5e%
precipice                                                       premier
                                                                premises                         :



precipitate                       :




precipitation                                                   premium
precis   .(                                                     premonish
precise    :




preclude              :
                                                                preparation                                      :




precisely             :
                                                                prepare              :




preclusion                                                      prepense                         :




precursory                            :
                                                                preponderent                                             :




                                                                preposition                                  :




predatory                     :


                                                                                                                         '

predicament                                :(n.)sjojoa          preposterous
predicate                     :
                                                                prerequisite                                         :




predict    :                                                     ^
prediction                        :
                                                                prerogative                                      :




predilection                                                    presage                  :




predominant                                :
                                                                prescribe                        :(v.t.

                                                                                                                     :
                                                                prescn'ption

pre-eminent                                                     presence                         :
pre                                                                                     pro
                                                 110
present        :(a,)                    (v.t.)         priest   :{n.)

                (n.)             3                     presthood                :(n.)

                                                       prim: (a)
presentation             :(n.)                         primary     :
                                                                       (a.)

                                                       prime    :(a.)

presently :(adv.)                 Fg 1*00*             primer:
    preserve    :{v.t.)                                primitive :{a.)

    preside    :{v.t)                                  primness         :(n.)

    president    :{n.)                                 prince :(n)
    press    (v.t)                                     princely        (a.)       :




    pressure         :(n.)                             princess         :{n.)

                                                       principal :(n.)
    prestige    :(n.)                                  principality :(n.)
    presume      :(v.t)                                principle :(n.)
    presumption          :(n.)                         principled           :
                                                                                (a,)

    pretend :(vl)                                      print :(v.t)
    pretender        :(n.)       sad
    pretext   :(n.)                                    printing :{n.)
    prettily :(adv.)                                   prior :(a.)
    pretty   :(a,)                                     pnoriiy:(n.)
    prevai:(v.L)             S
                                                       prism     :(n.)

    prevent          :{a.)                             prison     :{n.)
7
    j^revent :(v.t)                                    prisoner        :(n.)

    prevention         :(n.)                           privacy    :{n.)

    previous     :(a.)                                 private    :(a.)

    prevkHtsJy ;(adv.)                                 privation :fru)
    prey:{n.)                                          privilege :{n,)
    price    :(n.)                                     privity :(nj
    prk:ed:(a.)                                        privy    :(a.)

    priceless        :(a.)                             prize :{n.)

                                                       probabiRty               :(n.)

                                                       probable         :
                                                                            (a.)

                                                       probably         :{adv.)
pro
                                              111
probation           :(n.)                           profitable      :
                                                                        (a.)

                                                    profligate :(n.)
problem        :(n.)
                                                    profound        :{a.)

procedure            :(n.)
                                                    profuse: (a.)
proceed         :(v.i,)
                                                    profus^y        :(adv.)
proceeding             :(n.)
                                                    progeny     :(n.)
processs            :(n.)       as,
                                                    prognostic              :
                                                                                (a)
procession            :(n,)
                                                    programme                   :(n.)
proclaim        :
                    (v.t.)
                                                    progress     :(n.)
proclamation                :(n.)
                                                    progressive                 :
                                                                                    (a.)
procrastination                 :(n.)

procreate           :(v.t.)       *
                                                    prohibit   :(v.t.)
proctor    :(n)
                                                    prohibition             :(n.)
procure        :<v,t.)
                                                    project    :(n.)
pjocurement              :(n.)

prodigal       ;{n,)
                                                    prolific :(a.)                  a^
                                                    prologue     :(n.)

                                                    prolong    :(v.t)


                                                    prominence                  :(n.)
prodigious            :(a.)

                            w                       prominent           :
                                                                            (a.)
prodigy        :(n,)
                                                    prominently: (adv.)
produce         :(v.t.)

producer            :(n.)
                                                    promise      ,{n.)                          (v.t)


product        :{n.)

production            ;{n.)
                                                promote         :{v,t.)


productive           :{a,)
                                                    promotion           :(n.)


profane        ;{a.)
                                                    prompt     :(a.)


profess        :(v.l.)                              promugation                     :




profession            :in,)                         prone   :(a.)


professional :(n)                       So.         pronoun      :(n.)


professor           ^(n.)                           pronounce               :(v.t)


proficiency           :{n.)                         pronunciation                       :(n.)


                                                    proof   :(n.)

profile   :(                                        propaganda                      :(n.

pa r>t< :(n                                         propagate           :
                                                                            (v.t.)
-pro                                                             12
          '
                                                                                                -

propel                                                            protective

 propensity                       :                               protector                 :(

              -

 proper                                                           protege      .(n
                                                                                    '


 properly :(adv                               )tf   A3oo          proteins

 property             .                                           protest      :(v.t.


 prophecy                                                         prototype                     :(n

 prophet          :                                               protractor                        :(n
                                  '

 propitious                                                       protrude              .




                                      *

 proportion                                                       protuberance
                                                                  proud       .(a

 proposal                 :
                                                                  proudly       :




 propose                                                          prove
 proposition                              :                       proverb
                                                                                                    :
 proprietor                   :                                   proverbial
                                                                               -


 propriety                :                                       provide
                                      '

 propulsion                                                       provided                  :




 prorogue                                                         providence                            .




 prosaic                                                          providential                              .




 proscribe                                                 at?    province              .(n                 J

                                                                                                '

                                                                  provision

 prosecution                                                      provisional                           :




 prosody                  :                                        provocative                              :




 prospect                     .                                       provoke           .




 prospective                                                          prowess               :




  prospectus                                                          proximity                 :




                                                                      proxy
  prosper                 :(v.                                        prudence
  prosperity                              :




  prosperous                                                          prudent           .




  prostration                                                         prune
                                                                      psalm    -(n.)fe

  protect         :
                                                                      pseudonym                                     :




  protection                                                          psychology                                :
pub                                                   113                                                                 P-t
puberty                                                     punishment                                :




public       :
                                                            punitive -(a                                            So.
publication                        '(n.

public house                              .(n

publicity                ifn.
                                                            pupa          .




publish          :(v.t
                                                            pupil             (n)5ot3>2;
publisher                        :(n,
                                                            puppet                        :



puerile          :(a.
                                                            puppy                 :



puff :(n)Siab
                                                            purchase                              .


pugnacious                            :


                                                            purchaser
pugnacity                        :(n.
                                                            pure
puke     (v.t.                    &       V.L);J*O$
                                                            purgative                             :


pull :(vt
         '                                                  purge             :


pulley
                                                            purify        .


pulp   rfn
                                                            purity        .


pulsate          .




                                                            purport                       :

pulse    '(n
                             '                              purpose                           :

pulverise
                                                            purposely
pump
                                                            purse         :




pumpkin                  i
                                                            pursue                    :(v.t.)"3ow<io3j

pun                                                         pursuit                   .




punch        :                                              purulent

punctual                                                    purvey                .




                                                            purview
                                                                  -


punctuality                                                 pus
5e2Sjod^                                                    push      .




punctuate                                                   pushing
                                                            pusillanimous                                     :(a

puncture                 .
                                                            pustule                           (n.)ir
                                                                                                          i




                                                                                                              sajr
pungent              :
                                                            put :(v.t.)doab
punish       :
                                                            putrefy               .




punishable                        -(a                       putrid .(a) (S
                                                         queer     :




                                                         que    '(v
pygmy
                   :
                                                         quench                :




pyramid                                                                :
                                                         query
       :
pyre
                                                         quest
pyretic .(*-)$                                                                         :
                                                         question
               :
python                                                                                                 :
                                                         questionable
                                                          queue :(n.)^
                                                          questionnaire
                                                                                   :
                                                          quibble
                                                                           :
 quadrangle
                                       :
                                                          quick

 quadrilateral :(n                                        quicklime:
                                                                                                   :

 quadruped                             :
                                                          quicksilver

 quadruple                             -(a                quick-witted:
                                                                           :
 quagmire                          :
                                                           quiet
                                                                                       :

 quail     :                                               quietus
                                                                       '


 quaint            :                                       quill
                                             *
                                                                           .
                                                           quilt
  qualification

  qualify              :(v.t.                &vi.   ).     quinine                         :




                                                                                       :
                       .                                   quintal
  quality
                                                           quintissence
  qualm                :



                                                                               :
                                                           quire
  quandary :(n.)aoGKS
                                   :                        quit           :(v
   quantity
                                                            quite
   quantum
                                                                                       :
                               '
                                                            quiver
   quarrel
                                                            quittance :(n
                                                                                               '


                                                               quixotic
   quarry
                                   :
   quarter
                                                               quota
    quarterly
                                                               quotable:
                                                                                                       :
                                                               quotation
    quash                          :




                                                               quote                                       32)
       quay                :
                                                         115
quotient                               .                       rainfall



                                                   R           rain-gauge                              :(n.

                                                               rainy               -.(aO^^
rabbit                                                         raise
                                                                               :{v,t.)^,
rabid              :
                                                               rake
rabies                 :

                                                               rally

                                                               ram
                                                               ramble                      .




racial             :                               So.
                                                               rambler

                                                               ramify
racket                 :(n.
                                                               rammer
                                                               rampant                             :


radiance                                   .(n.
                                                               rancour :(n.)s;
radiant                        .



                                                               random                          :

radiate                        .(v
                                                               range               :

adiation                                   :


                                                               rank
radical                :



                                                               ransack                             :

radicate
                                                               ransom                          .
radicle :(n                                    .




radish                 :
                                                               rap     .




radius                                                         rapacious
                               (n.)s
                                                                               '


raft                                                           rape
       .(n.)33j
rafter             .
                                                               rapid

rag    .                                                       rapine                  :




rage           :                                               rapt        :




ragged                         .                               rapture

raid       :
                                                               rare

rail                                                           rarely              :




railing '(n.)5o2
                                                               rascal                  :




raillery                   :                                   rash            :




raiment                            :                           rat

rain       .                                                   ratable

rainbow                                :
                                                               rate:(n.)$,
rat                                           116                                               rec
                                          -

ratepayer


rather                ,                         real

ratify        :                                 realise
                                                                  -
ratio     .(                                    reality

ration                    (n                    realm         :


                              '
rational                                        really
rationale                                       ream
rationalist]                                    reap                                          3oo
rattan
                                                                              -
rattle        :
                                                reaping
                                      k
raucous                                         rear
                          -                                               *
ravage                                          reason
rave      :                                     reasonable
ravel                                           reassert
raven             .                             rebate
                                                                      -




ravine                                          rebel     :



ravish                :
                                                rebellion
                                          '

ravishing                                       reborn                :

          '
saw                                             rebound
                                                rebuff

ray   :
                                                rebuke                    .



raze      :
                                                rebut     :



razor                                           recall    :



reach                 .
                                                                                          l

                                                recapitulation
react             .




reaction                              :
                                                receipt                   :



reactionary                                     receive
                                                                          -




resd          :(v.t.                            recent                :



reader
                                                recently :(adv.)sjtSso

                                                receptacle                            :




reading                           :
                                                reception                         .




ready                 :
                                                recess
rec                                                     117                                                            re

recession                                                     recur              :



recipient                  :
                                                              recurring                                   :



reciprocal                                                    red    :



                                                              redeem                              :


                                                              redeemer                                        :



                                                              redemption
recital                                                       redhanded
              ;(n.)3yLo*
recitation                     *(n )e>2^                      red-hot                         :




recite    ,                                                   redness                                 :




reckon                                                        redress                             :



reclaim                                                       reduce                          :




recline       :                                               reduction                                       :




recluse            :                                          redundant

recognise                       .                             reed

recognition                                                   reef       :




recoil    .                                                   reek           :




recollect                  .                                  reel       :



recollection :(n.)s3S*l,                                      re-enforce

recommend                                   :                 re-enter, (v.t. &v.i.)a&ft

recommendation                                      ,         refection

reconcile:                                                    refer          :(v.t.)&r3o&;
reconciliation                                                referee                         :




reconsider                              :                     reference                                       '.




reconsideration                                 :             refine                 :




record        -.
                                                              refinement                                           :




recount                :                                      refinery                            :




recover            :



                                                              reflect                    .'




                                                                                                              -

recreation                          i                         reflection

recruit       :
                                                              reflective                                  :




                                                              reflux                 :
rectangle                      .




rectify       :                                               reform
                                                              reformation
ref                                        us
refraction                     :(n.T

refrain    :(v.i.)
                                            reindeer

refrain :(n.)                               reinless

refresh                                     reiterate
               :(v.t.))

refreshment                            :    reject          :




reft :(n.)feo                               rejoice                 :




                                                            :
refuge     :(n.                             rejoin
                                            relate          :
refugee            :(n.

                                            related                                             So
refund     :(v.
                                                                    :




refusal        :
                                            relation                    :




 efuse                                      relative                    :
           .(v-t

 refute    :(v.t)*oo&                       relativity


 regain    :(v.t.                           relay       .




                                            release
 regal    :(a.

 regale    :(n.                             relegate :(v,t.)3oi
                                            relent              :

 regalia       :(n.
                                            relevant                        :
                                                                                                 So
                                            reliable                    :




                                            reliance                        :
 regarding                     :



                                   :
                                            relic   :
 regardless
                                            relief tfn
 regent        :


                                            relieve                 :
 regicide
                                                                            :
                                            religion
 regime            :(n

 regiment                  :                relinquish                                  :




                                            relish              :

 region        :




                                            reluctant                               :

 regional              :


                                            remain                      :

 register (a
                                                remainder                               :

 regressive
                                                remand                          :

 regret        .




                                                remark                      :(v.t.
 regrettable
                                                remarkable
  regular          :



  rehearse                     :
                                                remedy                          :




                                                remember                                    :

  reign    :
rem
remind
      _
reminiscence
remission
                :(v.t.)sj3:soi


                                 :
                                                  :
                                                             119
                                                                   reprooof
                                                                   reptile

                                                                   republic
                                                                             -




                                                                                             :
                                                                                                 :




remit   :
                                                                   repudiate
remnant                     :                                      reputable :(a.)l5,
remorse                      :                                     reputation :(n.)i&,

remote              :                                              request :(n.)^^
remove                  :                                          require :(v.t,)*ai

remuneration                                      :                requisite                     :




renaissance                                   :                    requital              :




render          *
                                                                   rescind               :




renew       :
                                                                   rescue            :




renounce                         :
                                                                   research                          :




renown :(n                                                         resemblance                                            -.




rent    :(n.)wci
                                                                   resent- (v.t.
                                                                   reserve               :
repair      :




                                                                   reservoir :(n,
repast          :



                                                                   reside
repay       :{
                                                                                 :




                                                                   residence                                 :
repeal          :(v,
                                                                   residue                   :(n.)
repeat          :(v.t.

repentance                                :                        resignation
                                                                   resist    :

repetition                           :(n.
                                                                   resolution                                 :

replenish '.(v.t.)^
                                                                   resolve                   :

reply       :(n
                                                                   resonance                                      :
report          :(
                                                                    resort       :

repose                   :



                                                                    resource                             :

reprehend                             :(v.t
                                                                    resourceful                                       :
represent :(v.t)3Sy
representation                                        ;(n.

                                                                    respect                      :

representative                                        :(n.

                                                                    respectable                                           :

repression                                :



                                                                    respiration :(n.)^
repnmand                              :




                                                                    respite                  i

reproach                             :(v.t.
                                               120                                                                            rin


response                         :(n,            revise                 .




responsibility                          :(n,     revival                    :




rest   i                                         revive                 .




restaurant :(n.                                  revoke
                     -
restless                                         revolt

restrain         .                               revolution                                      :




restnction                       :(n.            revolutionary                                               :




result :(n.                                      revolve                            :
                                                                                            (v.t.            &vi)^t3
resume                                           revulsion                                   :



retail :(n.                                      reward                             :




retain     :(v.                                  rheumatism                                              :




retaliation :(n.                                 rhinoceros                                          :




retard      :(v.t.                               rhyme                      :




retention                    :
                                                 rhythm :(n.)<r^s^,                                                    odfc

retinue      :(n.                                rib    :



etire      :(v.i.                                ribbon                         .




istreat      :(v.i.                              nee            :



retrench                 :(v.                    rich           :




retrieve                                         richness                                    :




retrograde                        :(a.           rid :(v.t.)*

retrospect                        :(n.           riddance                                    :




return :(vJ.                                     riddle                 :



reveal      :(v.                                 ride           :



revenge                  :
                                                 ridge :(n.)oj
revengeful                        :              ridicule                               :



revenue               :                          rife       :




reverberation                           :(n.     rift   :(n.)sieo,                                               l)o
reverence :(n.)$                                 right              :


reverend                     :
                                                 righteous                                       :


reverie      :                                                      :
                                                 rigid
reverse          :
                                                 rigorous                                    :


revert      :(v.                                 rim        :


review       :(n.                                               :
                                                 ring
rin                                                                                            rub




riot     :                                     roof   :


rif> r

ripe         :                                 room       :Cn.y5;
ripple                    r
                                               roomy           :



rise :
rising                    :
                                               rope       :(

risk :(rrvja$a                                 rosary          :



risky                                          rose   :



rituals                       :                rose-water
                                                                       :(n.)22bj&
rival         :                                rosewood                :(n,) So            ^
rivalry
rive     :


river             :(n>,)sa
rivet             :




rivulet                       :                rotten          :



road                  :(                       rough           :(a.)Sw"
roam                                           roughly             :




roar              :                            rotund

roast                     :                    roundabout                   :




rob          -.                                roundness                :
                                                                                (n.)

robber                            :(n.)5*o     rouse           :(v.t.)aitt
                                                                                       <




robbery                            :           rout :(v.t)L&o&

robe                  :                        route       :



robust                            :(a.)oeS3i   routine

rook                  :                        rove       :(v.t.       &
rocket r
rod          -.                                rowdy
                                               royal       L



rogue                         :



roguery rfrtj'Sa^sa^
rub                                         J22                                                          GcaC
rubber                                        rugged:
aibbish :(n.)3g

ruby :(n.)lo%                                 ruinous                            :




rudder .(n.J

ruddy :(a.)                                   ruler :(n.

rude :(                                       rumble                     :




rudely :(adv.)'aru>Tp                         ruminate                               :(v.t

rudiment                         :(n.)        rummage                                        ^n.
rueful              :                         rumour                         :




ruffian :(n.)                                 rump               :



                                                                         -

ruffle :(n.)                                  rumple
rug    :(                                     run     :(v.i.


rugged                      :(n.)

ruin       :(v.                               rupee                  :




ruinous                         :(a.)         rupture                        :(n.)3?ljeo;

                                              rural          :
                                                                 (a) (n ^o                          ^o
ruler :(n.                                    ruse           :




rumble                      ;
                                              rush           :



ruminate                         :(v.t.
                                              rust       :




                                              rustic
rummage                              .(n.

rumour                          :(n.)2e$o     rusticity                          :




rump            :
                                              rustle                 :



                            -

rumple                                        rustling                       :



                                                                 '

run        :(v.i.                             rusty
                                              ruth       :




                                              ruthless                               :
ruddy               :




rude        :                                 ryot :(n.

rudely                  :




rudiment                         :




rueful          :
                                              Sabbath                                    :
                                                                                              (n)
ruffian                 :



ruffle :(n.)Sc<j                              sabre                  :
                                                                             (n)              iSos^^
rug    :
                                              sac    :
                                                                 (n)
                                                                            123                                                                       san
saccharine                                              :
                                                                (a) tfj
                                                                                  salable         :
                                                                                                              (a)

                                                                                  salaried                :
                                                                                                                  (a)

sack        :
                            (n)                     fi^                           salary      :
                                                                                                       (n)

sacrament                                           :
                                                                (n)
                                                                                  sale    :
                                                                                              (


sacred                          :
                                             (a)
                                                                                  salesman                            :
                                                                                                                                  (n)

sacrifice                                       :
                                                                (n)
                                                                                  salient                     (a)

 (vt)   o                                                                         saline      .
                                                                                                          (a)


sacrilege                                           :
                                                                 (n)    s         salva               (n)

 (n) ^s^^cg^s                                                                     sallow          :
                                                                                                              (a)

sacrilegious                                                      (a)             sally           (n)

sad     :
                     (a)
                                                                                  salmon                  :
                                                                                                                  (n)

sadden                                  :
                                                    (vt)
                                                                                  saloon              :
                                                                                                              (n)

saddle                              :
                                                (n)             t&;               salt    :
                                                                                              (n)                 63
                                                                                  saltish
sadly (adv)             :                                                                                     (a)

sadness (n)                                     :
                                                                                  saitness                        ,
                                                                                                                              (n)

safe (a) |tf2b
            :                                                                     saltpetre                                       (n)

                                                                                   salubrious                                     :       (n)
safeguard (n)                                           :




safely (adv)                 :                                                     salutary                   :
                                                                                                                              (a)

                                                                                   salutation                                             (n)
safety (n)                      :
                                                                                                                              .




saffron (n)                             .
                                                                                   salute                         :                             (n)


sagacious                                                   :
                                                                 (a)
                                                                                   salvation                              :
                                                                                                                                      (n)
sagacity                                        :



                                                                                   salver
sage                    :
                                        (n)
                                                                                                      .
                                                                                                              (n)

                                                                                   salvo          :
                                                                                                              (n)                             &;
Sagittarius                                                      (n)

 sago                       :
                                        (n)
                                                                                   same           :
                                                                                                              (a)

 said               :
                                    (a) Ib                       3                 sample                     :
                                                                                                                              (n)

 sail                                                                              sanative                               :
                                                                                                                                  (a)
                :
                                     (n)
                                                                                   sanatonum                                              .
                                                                                                                                               (n)


  (VI)                                                                             sanctify                           :
                                                                                                                                  (vt)

                                                                                   sanction                                               (n)
                                                                                                                                                        B
 sailor                          :
                                                (n)
                                                                                                                              :




                            *
 saint                                      (n)

 saintly                                    :
                                                    (a)                             sanctity                          :
                                                                                                                                  (n)

 sake                       :
                                            (n)             S^                      sanctuary                                         :
                                                                                                                                              (n)
 san                                                                        124                                                                        sea
 sand:                    (n)                                                 satisfy                        :
                                                                                                                     (vt)          *
 sandals                          :
                                              (n)                             saturate                               :
                                                                                                                             (vt)

 sandalwood                                            :
                                                            (n)               saturation                                     :
                                                                                                                                  (n)

 sandpaper (n)                                    :
                                                                              Saturday                                   :
                                                                                                                                 (n)
 sane (a) "SaJ^a
             :
                                                                              Saturn                     :
                                                                                                                     (n)

 sanguine                                 :
                                                  (a)       *     ;
                                                                              saucer:                                (n)

 sanitary                         :
                                          (a)                         so.    saucy:                              (n)
 sanitation                                   :
                                                      (n)                    savage                          :
                                                                                                                      (a)

 sanity           :           (n)

 Sanskrit                                     (n)                              (n)

 sap     :
                                                                             savant
 saptul           :
                              (a)                                            save            :
                                                                                                         (vt)

 sapid        :
                          (a)                                                saviour                         :
                                                                                                                     (n)

 sapidity                     .
                                          (n) e                              savour                      :
                                                                                                                     (n)

 sapience                             :
                                                  (n)                        savourless                                      .
                                                                                                                                  (a)

 sapient                  :
                                      (a)                                    savoury                             :
                                                                                                                         (a)       30^
 sapless                      :
                                      (a)                                    saw         :
                                                                                                 (n)

 sapling              :
                                      (n)                                    say     :
                                                                                                 (vt)                3
'sarcasm                                   (n)                               saying                  :
                                                                                                                 (n)
sarcastic:                                    (a)                            Scabbard                                :
                                                                                                                             (n)
sardonic                          :
                                              (a)                            scabies                         :
                                                                                                                     (n) fts
sarsapanOa                                        :
                                                       (n)                   scaffold                        :
                                                                                                                     (n)
Satan (n)    :
                                                                             scale               :
                                                                                                                 (n)
satchel               :
                                  (n)

sate   :     (vt)
                                                                             scalp           :
                                                                                                         (n)
sateffite             :
                                  (n)
                                                      &&g                    scamp                   :
                                                                                                             (n)
satiate:                      (vt)
                                                                            scamper                              :
                                                                                                                         (vl)

                                                                            scandal                      :
                                                                                                                     (n)
satiation                 :
                                      (n)                                   scandalize                                   :
                                                                                                                                 (vt)   wal^s
satire       :
                              (n)                                           scandalous                                       :
                                                                                                                                  (a)   e^sle scrajS
                                                                                                                                            "*  "
                                                                            scant            :
                                                                                                     (a)                 ro33u
satisfaction                                  :
                                                      (n)
                                                                            scanty               :
                                                                                                             (a)
                                                                                                                             ^jc^s
satisfectory                                  :
                                                      (a)
                                                                            scapegoat                                    :
                                                                                                                                 (n)
 sea                                                                                                                         scr
 scapula                               (n)              sclerotic                                           (a)    &)$|>f
 scar (n)
       :                                                scoff       :



 scarce            .
                               (a)                      scoffing ly                                     .
                                                                                                             (adv)
 scarcely                              (adv)            scold           (n)                         dt^;
scarcity                               (n)              scoldng                             :
                                                                                                        (n)
scare      .
                       (vt)                             scope               :
                                                                                            (n)
scarecrow                                    (n)        scorch                      :
                                                                                                (vt)

scathing                               (a)              score           :
                                                                                        (n)
scatter                        (vt)                     scorn           :




scavenge
scene          :           (n)           Softer;        scornfully                                      :
                                                                                                             (adv)
                                                        Scorpio                         :
                                                                                                        (n)

scenery (n)                :
                                                        scorpion                                :
                                                                                                            (n)
scent (n)                                               scot    :
                                                                            (n)                     3S^
sceptic                            (a)                  scot-free                               :
                                                                                                            (a)

scepticism                                   (n)        scoundrel                                       :
                                                                                                             (n)

sceptre                            (n)                  scour           :
                                                                                        (vt)

schedule                           :
                                        (n)       3t5   scourge                             :
                                                                                                        (n)
scheme                                  (n)             scout           :
                                                                                    (n)

                                                        scowl           :
                                                                                        (vO
schism                 .
                                   (n)                  scramble                                    :
                                                                                                            (vi)

scholar                :
                                   (n)                  scrap           :
                                                                                    (n)

scholarship                              :
                                                 (n)    scrape                  :
                                                                                                (vi)


                                                        scraper                         :
                                                                                                    (n)
school             .
                               (n)                      scratch                         :
                                                                                                    (vt)

schoolfellow                                 :
                                                 (n)    scrawl                  :
                                                                                            (vt& vi)                 e^g
schooling                                (n)            scream                                  :
                                                                                                              (vt&     vi)

science                            (n)

scientist                  :
                                       (n) **           screen                  :
                                                                                                (n) 35(v.t.)
scintillant                        :
                                        (a)             screw               :




scion      :
                   (n)                                  scribble                            .
                                                                                                        (vt)

scissor                :
                                   (vt)      SO         scribe              :
                                                                                        (n)
scissors                       :
                                       (n)       230    script          :
                                                                                    (n)
 Scr                                                           126                                                                       see
 Scripture                                  (n)                  secluded                                       :
                                                                                                                            (a)
                                                                                                                                   3g
 scroH                         (n)                               seclusion                                          :
                                                                                                                            (n)
 scrotum                                   (n)                   second                                :
                                                                                                                (a)
 scrub             :
                               (vt)                              secondary                                              :




 scruple                                   (n)

                                                                 second-hand                                                   :
                                                                                                                                   (a)

scrupulous                                  :
                                                 (a)             secrecy                               :




scrutinise                             :
                                            (vt)

scrutiny                       :
                                       (n)       a              secretary                                      :
                                                                                                                        (n)
scuffle                .
                                   (n)                          secretion                                      :
                                                                                                                        (n)

sculptor                               (n)                      secretly                           .




sculpture                                  (n)                  sect           .
                                                                                       (n)
scurrilous                                  (a)                 section                        .
                                                                                                           (n)
                                                                                       *

scurvy              :
                                   (n)                          sector                             (n)

scythe                 :
                                   (n)                          secular                                    (a)
sea    :
               (n)                                              secularism                                          ;        (n)

sea-breeze                                      (n)             secure                                 (vt)

seafarer                       .
                                       (n)                      security                                       (n)
   1
sea,   :
                   (n)                                          sediment                                   :
                                                                                                                        (n)
                                                                                                                        x '


                                                                sedition                       .
                                                                                                               (n)
seam           :
                       (n)                                      seduce                     :
                                                                                                           (vt)
                                       Sitg;
seamster                                   (n)    3>ui          seducer                            :
                                                                                                               (n)

seaport                    :
                                   (n)                          sedulous                                   :
                                                                                                                    (a)
sear       :
                   (n)                                          see    :
                                                                                   (vt&vi)
search                         (vt)                             seed           :
                                                                                       (n)                     a* ssi>
seashore                           :
                                           (n)                  seedling                           :
                                                                                                               (n)
season                             (n)          se&o;           seeing                         (n)
seat       :
                   (n)                                          seek           :
                                                                                       (vt)

                                                                seem               :
                                                                                       (vi)

sebacious                              :
                                            (a)          so.    seeming                        :
                                                                                                               (a)
secede                 :
                                   (vt)                         seemingly                                   .
                                                                                                                        (adv)
secession                                   (n)                 seemly                 :
                                                                                                   (a)                  <sfc

seclude                    :
                                   (vt)                         seer       :
                                                                       127                                                                   sep
 segment                   :
                                       (n)                                   self-seeker                                         (n)

 segregate                         :
                                           (vt)
                                                                                                                                 *

 seismorraph                                       .    (n)                  self-sufficiency                                        (n)



seize      .
                   (vt)                                                      self-violence                                      (n)

seizure                                                                      self-will              :
                           (n)

seldom                                                                       sell   .
                                                                                        (vt)
                           (adv)
select         :
                                                                             seller                 (n)
                       (vt)

selection                  :
                                                                             semblance                                ,
                                                                                                                           (n)
                                       (n)

self   :
           (n)             o&                                                semen              :
                                                                                                        (n)
                                                                                                                          S^ajo;
setf-concert                                                                 seminary                                 (n)
                                           .
                                                   (n)
                                                                             senate                     (n)
self-confidence                                             :    (n)
                                                                             send               (vt)

                                                                             senility           .
                                                                                                        (n)
self-control                                   (n)
                                                                             senior         .
                                                                                                        (a)
self-deceit                        .
                                           (n)
                                           '
                                                                             sensation
self-defence
                                                                             sense.,                    (n)
s^lf-denial                    :
                                           (n)

self-devotion                                  :
                                                       (n)
                                                                             sensible                                (a)
self-evident                           ,
                                               (a)
                                                                             sensitive                   :




self-help              :

                                                                             sensual                             (a)
self-importance                                         :       (n)
                                                                             sensuality                                   (n)
selfish                (a)                         _                         sentence                        :
                                                                                                                      (n)
selfishness                            .
                                               (n)                           sentient
selfless
                                                                                                                 (a)
                                                                                                                           ^
                   .
                           (a)                                               sentiment                           :
                                                                                                                      (n)
self-made                  :
                                                                             sentinel                        (n)

                                                                             sentry     .
                                                                                                    (n)

self-praise                    :
                                           (n)                               separate:                           (vt)       5u3dMa)        "Sg
self-reliance                                  (n)                           separation                                   (n)

                                                                             sepoy      :
                                                                                                    (n)               S)


self-respect                                   (n)                       September                                         (n)
self-sacrifice                             :
                                                   (n)                   septic         .
                                                                                                    (a) (Sb

self-same                  :
                                       (a)             &"                sepulchre                                    (n)
                                                                      128                                                                           she
sequel-                                (n)             ^                severally                                     :



sequence                                       :
                                                       (n)              severance                                          :
                                                                                                                                   (n)

sere               (a)                                                  severe                        :           (a)          6(3            3
serene                 :
                                    (a)                                 sew                                                               -
                                                                                  :
                                                                                              (vt)                        &t^
serf   :
           (n)                                                          sewage                                    :
                                                                                                                               (n)

serfdom                            :
                                               (n)

serial

series
           :
                       (a)                                              sex   :
                                                                                          (n)                     ^
               :
                           (n)                                          shabby                            :           (a)

senous                     .
                                       (a)                              shackle                           :               (n)
sermon                     :
                                       (n)                              shade                     :
                                                                                                              (n)                  &;
serpent                    .
                                       (n)                              shadow                                    ;            (n)

serpentine                                     ;
                                                       (n)

serum              :
                               (n)                 3&                   shady                 .




servant                                (n)                              shaft         .
                                                                                                  (n)
serve      :
                       (vt)                                             shake                                                                 (n)
                                                                                              :
                                                                                                          (vt)                 sawj:
service                .
                                    (n)                "&s              shdcy                 :
                                                                                                          (a)

serviceable                                        :
                                                        (a)             shallow                           .
                                                                                                                      (a)

servitude                              :
                                                   (n)   o              sham                          (n)
-.c-same                   :
                                       (n)                              shame                                 (n)
session                        :
                                               (n)                      shameless                                                  (a)   ^

                                                                        shape                 :
                                                                                                          (n)
set    :
                               (n)                                      share             '

                                                                                                      (n)

 (a)   |S^3(v                                                           shareholder                                            :
                                                                                                                                    (n)
setback                        .
                                           (n)                          shark             :
                                                                                                      (n)                  ^uda
set square                                             (n)    247*0                                                        5
                                                                       sharp              .
                                                                                                      (a)                                3;
settle     :
                       (vt)                                             sharpen                               :
                                                                                                                          (vt)

settlement                                     .
                                                       (n) t           sharper                            :
                                                                                                                      (n)
seven          :
                           (n&a)                             ro         shatter                   :
                                                                                                                  (vt)
sevenfold                                  :
                                                   (a&adv)             shave:
seventeen                                      :
                                                       (n&a)           shave*                     :
                                                                                                              (n)

seventy                    :
                                       (n&a)                            shaving                           :
                                                                                                                      (n)          gcs
sever      :
                       (vt)                                            shawl              :
                                                                                                      (n)
several                :
                                    (a)                                she    :
                                                                                      ijpro)
she                                                                                                                           sid
sheaf (n)   .
                                                              shortly                   :
                                                                                                   (adv)
shear (vt) $&   ,                                             shot     :
                                                                                   (n)

sheath (n)              :                                     shoulder                             :       (vt)   s'jocb(n)
sheathe (vt)                                                  shout                *
                                                                                               (n)

shed            :
                             (vt)              u*em(n)        shove                :
                                                                                               (vt)

                                                              shovel                   :
                                                                                                   (n)

sheep               :
                            (n)              f?&              show             :
                                                                                       (vt) Si-i^) (n)

sheer           :
                            (a)
                                         ^g                   shower                           :       (n)

sheet           .
                            (n)                               showy                    :



shell   :
                    (n)              ^                        shred                :           (n)

shelter                 .
                             (n)                              shrew                :           (n)

shelve              :        (vt)                             shrewd                           :       (a)
                                     '
shepherd                                                      shriek               :           (n}

sheriff             :       (n) t-S                           shrill   :
                                                                                       (a)

shield              :       (n)                               shrimp                       :       (n)

shfft   :                                                     shrine                   :



shiM:                   (vt)                                  shnnk                    :       (vi)

ship)       :           (n)              L                    shrivel                  :           (vi)

shipwreck                                :
                                              (n)             shrub                :           (n)

shirk {vt)  :
                                                              shrug (vi)           :




shirt   :
                    (n)                                       shrunken                                 :
                                                                                                            (a)

shiver              :
                            (vi)                              shudder                              :
                                                                                                           (vi)   $
shoal           .
                            (n)                               shuffle                      :
                                                                                                   (n)

shock                        (n)                              shun                         (vt)

shoe        :
                        (n)                                   shunt                :
                                                                                               (vt)

shoot (vt)          :                                         shut         :
                                                                                       (vt)

 hop: (n)                                                     shuttle                              (n)

shore:                                                        shy                  (a)

short           :
                            (n) frt5;               Tc3:sx>   sick     :
                                                                                       (a)

shortage                             :
                                             (n)

shortcoming                                     :             sickle                           (n)

shortcut (n)                     .                            sickness                                 :
                                                                                                           (n)

 shorten                     :
                                         (vt)
                                                       130                                           SK

side-glance                                  :           simplify
sidereal                        :                So.
side-view                            :(n.                simply                 :




siege       :                                            simulate                     :



sieve       :                                            simultaneous                            :




sift   :(v.t.)nt>o&                                      simultaneously
sigh:                                                    sin

sight       :                                            since

sightly

sign    :                                                sincere                     :(


signal          :
                                                         sincerity                       :




signature                            :                   sinew
signet              :
                                                         sinewy :(a.)So5
significance                                             sing          :(v.t.


significant                              .
                                                         single             :
                                                                                    (a.) t.2;

signify                 .
                                                         singular                    :




silence                     :                            sinister :(a.)3&

silent          :                                        sink      :(v

                                                         sinner                 :




silkworm                             :
                                                         sip:(v.t.
sill   .(n.)K&
silliness                       :
                                                         siphon                     :(n.

        :
silly

                                                         sire

                                                         siren          ,




stiver          :                                        sister             :




                                                         sister-in-law                       :




similanty                            .
                                                         sit   :



simila              :
                                                         site      :



simmer                          :(                       situated                     :



simple                  -(a                              situation
                                                                                          '(n,)|;
simpleton                                                six :(a                    &n
simpWcrty                                                sixteen                    :(a,
six                                                                131                                                          sme
sixty           .
                                                                         shoe :(n.)og
size    .(                                                               slide           -.




skeleton                                        .
                                                                         slight
sketch                          :
                                                                         slight
                                                                                     -
                                                                         slim
skew                :
                                                                         slime                .




skill
                                                                         shng            :



skin        -


                                                                         slip    :




skin-deep                                           -(a.)"2)"2)          slippery
skip        .
                                                                         slipshod
skirt (n.)3"3;                                              said         sift   :(n.)sroco
skull                                                                    slope
sky     :                                                                slot       :




slab '(                                                                  sJoth               :


slack               :
                                                                         slovenly
slackness :(n.)i5g                                                       slow            :
               ""                                                                                                     w
slag        :(                                                           slowly -(adv                                 )"3jg7T
                     -
siake                                                                    sludge                       :



slander                                 :
                                                                         slug            :




slang                   :
                                                                         sluggard
slant               :
                                                                         skJice                   :




slap            .
                                                                         slumber
slash                   .
                                                                         slur        :




slate               .
                                                                         sly    :




slaughter                                           .
                                                                         slyness
                        '
slave                                                                    smack                        :




slaver                                                                   small
                                                                                                  :{a.)oj;
siay            ;
                                                                         smallpox                                 :


                                    '

sledge                                                                   smart                    ,




sleek                                                                    smash                            :



sleep                       :                                            smatter                              :



sleight                             :
                                                                         smear                        :



slender                                     .
                                                                         smell                    :
smt                                      132                                sor
smile                                      sociable (a                  )


smite                                      social

smth                *(n                    socialism

smog                                       society        :(


smoke                    (n)3
                                                            B
                                           sociology -(n )sr ;533:S3-!3
smooth                                     sock      -(n       J
                          (a);s^3
smuggle                    .(v.t)5*ofi     socket         .(

                                           soda      :(


snag            :                          sofa
snail       :                              soft :(a       )


snake                                      soil :(n.)^5o;

snap                                       solace         -(

snare               -(n   )2               solar
snatch                                     solder     .(

sneer                    (vi      &        soldier        :(



                                                          -
                                           solemn
snivef                                     solicit
                                                     .(v.t.)|d0o3j
snore               .(                     solicitude              .(

snot                                       solid
snout               :(n    )5oa            solidanty .(n                )


                                           solidify       .(


                                           solitary       .(

snub            :
                                           solstice           .(

snuff           :
                                           solubility
snug        :
                                           solute     .(
                                                               <
                                           solution (n.)ss;F>o;
so:(adv                                    solve     .(

soak        :
                                           solvent        :(

soap            :
                                           sombre          :(
scar        :
                                           some. (pro* &a. &adv.)oe5o;
sob     r




sober               :
                                           somewhat                 .(n.
    son                                       133                                               spe
    son :(n.
    song :(n.)ro
    songster                     :(n.               spacious                    :


    son-in-law                                      spade       :



    sonorous                         :
                                                    s^an r(n.)seaoj;
    soon       :
                                                    spare   :



    soot :(n.                                       sparingly                   :



    sooth :(n.
1




                                                    spark   :



    soothe :(v.                                     sparrow                 :




    soothsay                         :(v.i.         spate   :



    sop    :(n.                                     spawl   :



    sophistry ^n.                                   speak       :(v.t)3;5y
    sorcerer :(n.                                   speaker              .




    sorcery                    :(n.

    sordid             :
                                                    spear   :



    sore   :
                                                    special         .




    sorrow                 :(n.                     specific
                                                                        '




    sorrowful                    :
                                                    specify         :(v.

    sorry :(a.                                      specimen                        :(n.

    sort :(n.                                       speck   :(n.

                                                    spectacle                       :(n.
    soul   :
                                                    spectacles                       :




    sound          :
                                                    spectator                   '(n

    soup       :
                                                    spectrum                    :(n.)8r;s:sco
    sour   :(a.                                     speculate :(v.t)dar-Oo
    source                 :
                                                    speculation :(n.)C5tjj
    south          :
                                                    speech          :(n.

    south-east
    south-west                                      speechless
    sovereign                    :
                                                    speed   :




    sovereignty                                     spell-bound
    sow    :<v.t.                                   spelling        :
spe                                                134*

spend           :                                    spotless
                                                     spotted                   :




                                                     spouse                :




sperm           :
                                                     sprain        .




sphere              :
                                                     spray         :



                                i                         giaj^
spherical
spice       :
                                                      spread
spider          :                                                                                  KO
                                                      sprightly
            '

spike                                                 spring
        :
spill

spin    :
                                                      sprinkle :(v.t.)3eo
                        -

spindle                                               spume                :




spine       :
                                                      spur        :(n
                            :
spinster                                              spurious                         :




spint       :
                                                      spurn            :




                                                      spy:
                            :
spiritual
                                                      squad                :



spit:(v.i
                                                      squander
 spite      .(n.
                    '

 spittle
                        -
                                                          square               :



 splash                                                                            *

                                                          squash
 splendid                           :(a
                                                          squat        :



 splendour                           .



                                                          squeak                   :



 splinter :(n.)og
                                                          squeeze                          .


 split      :


                                                          squint :(a
 spoil          :


                                                          squire
 spoke                  :


                                                                                   :
                                                          squirrel
 spontaneous                                   :

                                                          stab:
 spoon
                                                                                       :
                    '                                     stability
 sport
                                                          stable               :




                                                          stack :(n.)=P2b;                     s
  sportsman                               :(

                                                           stadium :(n.)(Iseo
  spot :(n.)5*t
Staff                                       stationary                              :




                                            stationery :(n.)(srd
                                            statistics                          i




stage               '(n                     statue                  .




                                            stature                     :




stagnant                    .
                                            status               :(n.)<y>otf so;

stain                                       statute                     .




stainless :(a Js                            staunch
staircase :(n.)"2ooj                        stay
stale :(a.)(Tf$a                        s

stalk       :                               steadfast
stdfl   ;
                                            steady                  :



stammer                     :(v.i.          steaJ   :




                                            stealth                 :




stamp               :
                                            stealthily
stand               :(v                     steam               .




standard                                    steamer                         .



 <anza                  :
                                            steed           .




staple              .
                                            steel

otar .(n.                                   steep           ;




atarch              :                       steer       ,




ctare       .(v.t.                          stellar         :



start :(v                                   stem        '(n.)s*s
                    -

;tartle                                     stench                      :




starvation                      .
                                            step    :


starve              :
                                            step-father
state                                                                                   -

            .(n.)g                          step-mother
statement                           :
                                            stereotyped                                 .



 o^                                         sterile             :




statesman                           :
                                            sterility                   :



static          :
                                            stem        ,


statics                 .
                                            stick
station                 .
stf                                                                                stu

                                             stranger :(n.)ifflsrtk
stiffen              :                       strange                   :(


stifle       :                               strap    :(




strfe    :
                                             straw
                                                      :
stitt    :                                   stray
                                             stream                :




stimulate                            :       street        :



                                                                           :
sting            :                           strength
stink            :                           strengthen
                                             stretch :(v.t.)crcb
stipend                          .




stipulate                            :       strew         :



                                             sttict    :



                                             stride               (n.)l>go
stirrup                      i



 stitch              :                       strife    :



 stock               :
                                             strike        :




 stodongs                                r   striking                  :




 stomach :                                   string            :




 stone                   :(n.)tf*oco         stringent                         :




 stool                                       strip    :
                     :(n.)SJ^ra
                                                               :
 stoop                   :(Y.L)!Loai5fc      stripe
                                             strive           :
 stop            :(v.

 stopper                             :       stroke                :



 store                                       strol         :




 storey                      :(n.            strong                :



 stork :{n.)S*oK                             structure

 storm                       :                struggte                         r



 story :(n.)5$                                stubborn
  stout                  :                    student                      :




  straight                           :        study
  strain                     :(v.i.            (v.t.

  strait                 :                    stuff       :




  strange                            :        stumble                          :
stu                                                137                                                sup
stump             :
                                                         sufficient :{a

stupid            .
                                                         suffrage
stupor -(nO^                                             sugar    :


                                                                          -
sturdy .(a,                                              suggest
                                                                                      '
style :(n.)&                                             suggestion
subdue                    :(v.t.)e>e3&                   suicide      :




subject :(n)g^;                                          suit .(n.)

sublime                   :
                                                         suitable         ;




submarine                             .
                                                         suitor   :




submerge                              :(v.               sully
submissive                                 :
                                                         sulphur
submit                ;
                                                         sultry   :


subscnbe                                                 sum
                                                         summary
subsequent                                     :
                                                         summer           <




subside                   :
                                                         summit       :




                                                         summon               :(vt)2)eocsj
stubsistence                                             sumptuous                        :



substance                             :
                                                         Sun
substantiate                                             Sunday           :




substitute                            :(                 sunstroke                :




subtle            :
                                                         superannuated                            :



subtraction                                :




succeed                                                  superficial              :



success                       :(n.)7\eoS)                superfluous
                                                                                              '




succour                       .
                                                         superhuman
succumb :(v.i                                            supenor
                                                                              '




such :{a.)>t3                                            supersede                    :



suck      :
                                                         superstition
suddenly                          :
                                                         supervise                :




sue   :
                                                         supper       :



suffer        :
                                                         supplement                           :(n.

sufferance                             l
                                                         supply       :(n.
                                              138
sup_
support             -(n                         swell        ,




suppose                :                        swelling
                                                swerve                ,




supreme
sure   :
                                                swiftly -(a
surface            .(n.                         swiftness
surge .(n)l>gwo                                 swim
surgeon                .(                       swimmer                        -(
                            '

surmount                                        swimming
                                                                                   '




surname                :
                                                swindle
surplus            :(n.                         swindler                       :(n

surpnse                :(n
                                                    swine '(n)3oa
surrender
                                                    swing         ,




surroundings                           :(n.

survey             :(n )
                                                    switch
surviving

suspect :(vt)3o3ocuo3j
                                                    swoon             :



suspend
                                                    swoop             .



suspicion                       :(n.
                                                    sword             :(
sustain
                                                    ^wordplay                          .


sustenance                        :


                                                    swordsman
swallow                :




swamp               '(n           o^
swan       .
                                                    syce         :(n           )^

swarrn                                              sycophant
                                                    syllable               :

sway       '(n.

 swear                                               Co
                                                                               .
 sweat             (n                               ,v,!'abus

 sweep             :
                                                I   bU   T




 sweet         :                                    symbol                 :




 sweetheart                       .(n.              syrr-nietry

  o^c                                               sympathetic
 sweetness                        :(n.              sympathize                             :
                                                                139_                                                          tar

sympathy                                    :(n.          235


symphonic                                   :
                                                                   tailoring                                  :



symptom                             :                              taint          :



synchronize                                                        take           :


syndicate                               :                          tale       :




synonym                             :                              talebearer                                     .




synopsis                            :                              talent                     :


synthesis                               :(n.)3oo3rKSSja            talented

synthetic                           .                              talisman :(n)cgj

syphytis                        :                                  talk       :




syringe                                                            talkative                                  :




                                                                   tall   :




syrus                  :                                           tallow                     :




system :(n.)s;                                                     tally          :




systematic                                  :                      talon                  :




systematize                                     :                  tamarind                                       :(n)od2o&
                                                                   tame                   :




                                                                   tamper                             :



table              :
                                                                   tangent                                :




tableland                                                          tangible^ sp^s^a
tablet                 :
                                                                   tangle                         :




taboo                  :                                           tank           :




tabular                    :                                       tanker
tabulate                                                           tannery
                                                                                                          '




tacit          :                                                   tantamount                                         :




tack           :
                                                                   tap        :




tackle                 :
                                                                   tape               .




tact       :
                                                                   tapeworm
tactful                    :(                                      taproot
tactics                    ,                                       tar    .




tadpole                                                            tardy
tag    :
                                                                   target                     .
tariff             :(n)^oog^oos              J   technique                              :(

tarnish                         :(               technology                                 :(

tarpaulin                            :(          tedious                :



tarry              :(                            teem      :(

tart       :(                                    teethe
                                                                :(vL)&oO|vo&oo&
task :(n)ss
taste              :(

tasteful                        :(
                                                 telegram                   :


tasteless                            :(a)&>D&
                                                 telegraph
tasty :(a)aoOHo
tattered                        :

                                                 telephone                      i


tattler :(

tattoo                     :(
                                                 telesope                   :


taunt              :(
                                                 tell
                                                        :(vt.)3aj-
Taurus                      .(
                                                 teller
tautology                                :

                                                 temper         :

tavern
                                                 temperament
                                                                                             *


tax    .
                                                 temperance

taxable
                                                 temperate                          .




taxation                        :
                                                 temperature                                 :




taxi       :
                                                 tempest                :




tea    :
                                                 temple         :




teach                  :
                                                 temporary                          r




teacher                         :                tempt     :




teaching                             :(n.        temptation                             :




teak           :                                 ten:(n&a.)
team               :                             tenable            :




teapoy                                           tenacious                      :




tear       :                                     tenant
tease                  :



teat                                             tend :(vt.)9d*&
technical                            :
                                                 tendency                   :(
    tender              :(              testify                 :




                                        testimonial                                     :




                                        testimony                                   :




                                        testis              :



    tenement                :
                                        test-tube                           :



    tenet                               tetanus                         :




    tenor         :(n.)6o;              text    :




                                        te/t-oook                               :



    tension            :(n.             textile

    tent                                texture                     :



    tentative           :               than :(conj.)3cffc
    tenure                              thank               :




    tepid     :                         thankful .(a
    term                                thankless                               :




    termagant                   :       thanks                      :



    terminal                            that :(n.)a(a.)v
    terminate                           thatch                  :




    terminology                     :   the :(a.);
    terminus                            theatre                     :




    terrace :(                          theft       :




    terrible       .                    their           :



,

    terribly       :




    terrific                            theirs              :



    terrify                             theist              :




    tenrtory                            them        :



    terror                              theme
    terrorist                           then
    terrorize                           theology
    terse     :                         theorem                         :




    tertiary                            theory                  :




    test                                theosophy
    testament                .
                                        therapy                     :




    testicle       :                    there
    the                                           142                                                       tic

    thereabouts                            :
                                                    thought                         :



    thereat                                         thoughtful                                  :

                       :(adv.)sy$ ;
    thereby                :
                                                    thoughtless                                         :




    therefore                      :                thousand                                :


    thermal                :                        thrash                      .




    thermometer                            :(n.    thread
                                                                                -




    these :(a& pro.)-t;                            threadbare                                       :




    thesis                                         threat :(n.)88Jo%)
           :(n.)sr^a^
    they :(pro.)s*cb; b                            threaten                         :



    thick      :(a.                                threshold                                .



    thicket            :(n.

    thickness                      :(n.            thrice               :



    thief :(n.)5oK

    thieve         :                               thrift       :



    thigh      :(n.                                thrifty              :



    thin   :                                       thrill   :




    thine :(pro.)5);                               thrive           i




,   thing      rfn.                                throat               .




    .hink      :                                   throb            :




    thinkmg                :                       throne                   .(n         )

    thirst :(n.
                                                   throng                   :




    thirsty        :                               throttle                 i


    thirteen           :
                                                   through
               :
    thirty                                         throughout i(p.
    this   i                                       throw :(vt)aa
    thorax         :
                                                  thruet
                                                                    :(yt)jj
    thorn                                         thumb                 :




    thorny         :
                                                  thunder                       :



    thorough                   :
                                                  thunderbolt                                   :




    thoroughtare                                  Thursday                          :




    thoroughly                         :
                                                   hus :(adv.)oj; goo
    those :(pto& au)a;
tic                                             143

ticket :(n.)5t5                                       tiptop                  :



tickle                  :
                                                      tirade                  :




tide            :
                                                      tire    :




                                                      tired           :
tidings

tidy:
                                                      tiresome                            :




tie     :
                                                      tissue                      :




tier:                                                 titanic                     :




tiffin              ;                                 title       ;




tiger:                                                to:(p.)I;                                       5;


tight                   :
                                                      toast                   :




tighten :(vt)>Ao^                                     toad                :




tigress                             :
                                                      tobacco                             :



tile            :                                     today                       :




 till:                                                toddy                       :



 tiller                 :
                                                      toe         :




 tilt           :(vtM                                  together :(adv.)S!&
 timber :(n,)SoS                                       toil       ;




 time                   :(n
                                                       token                          :



                                                       tolerable :(a.);&c**KS
 timely                         :




 timepiece                                  :          tolerance                                  :




 timetable                                             tolerate                           :




                                                       toleration

  timid                     :                          toft           :




  timidity                              :              tomb                           :



  tin       :

                    :                                  tomorrow

  tinge- :
                                                       ton                :




  tingle                        :                       tone                      :




  tinkle                        :                       tongs :(n.}2os*&
  tint                  :(n.)on>                        tongue                            :



                                                        tonic                         :



                                                                                          :
                                                        tonight
                                                        tonsure                               :



      tiptoe                            :(n.            too                   :
too
                                                   toxic      :

tool       :

                                                   toy    :

tooth :(n.)ao>
                                                   trace
toothache                              :




                                                   trachea                :


top c
       l
               :

                                                   track :(n.)tsS;
 topmost                       :

                                                   tract:
 toppte            -.




                                                   tractile
                                           :
 topsytuivy
                                                    trade         :

 torch :(n.)3-Ks*
                                                    trader            :(i


                                                    tradition
 tornado                       :

                                                    traduce
                       :
 torpid
                                                    traffic           :
  torrent                  :


                                                    tragedy
  torrid           :


                                                        tragic        :

  tortoise                         :

                                                        trail :(n
  torture                      :

                                                        train
  total            :

                                                        training

                                                        trait:

                                                        traitor           :

      totter               r                        |




                                                        trample
      touch                    :

                                                         trammel :(n.)oo5*x
      touchstone
                                                         trance
      tough                    :

                                                         tranquil:
                                                         transact             :

      tourist                      :


                                                         transcend
       tournament
                                                         transcribe
       tow             :

                                                          transfer            :
       towards                                 :

                                                          transfix            :i

       towel                       :

                                                          transform
           tower                   :(n.
                                                          transformation               :i




                                                                                   :
           town                                            transgress
                                   :(n.
                                                           transient
tra                                                 145

transit        :
                                                          treaty              :



transition                     :                          treble              :




transitive                 :                              tree
                                                                   :(n.)3oj
transitory                     :                          tremble :(vi.)2es>
translate                                                 tremendous                                  :




translation                                               tremor                  :




transmigration                                  :         trench
transmit :(vt.)3o$;                                       trenchant                               :




transparent                                               trend           .




                                                          trespass                            :




transpire                  .                              triad       :




transplant                         :                      trial


transport                  :(                             triangle                        :




transpose                              :                  tribe       :(njso
transverse                             '(                 tribulation

trap   :(n         )^*^;                                  tribunal :(n.

trash      :(n.)3                                         tributary                           :




travail

tavel                                                     tnbute                   :



                                                          trice       :




traveller          :                                      trick       :




traverse               .
                                                          trickery

tray   :                                                  trickle                 :




treacherous                                 :             tricolour

treachery                          i                      trident                     :



tread      i                                              trifle      :




treason            .
                                                          trifling                :



treasure               :
                                                          tngger                      :




treasurer                                                 trigonometry                                    :




treasury               :                                  trim     :


treat                                                     trinfty             :




treatise           :                                      trio    :


treatment                          :                      trip
                                                                                                  typ

triple             :(a&                                 tune     :(

triumph                            :(n.)                tunnel           :(


triumphant                                     :        turbulent                      :(


trivial            :
                                                        turkey           ^n
troop :(n.)^                                            turmeric                      :(


trophy                     :                            turmoil           :



tropical                       :                        turn    :(

trot       :
                                                        turpentine                         :(n.

trouble                        :                        turtle       :(

troublesome                                        -.   tusk     :(


troupe                     :                            tussle           '.(


truant                 :
                                                        tutelage                   :(

truce              :                                    tutor    ^
truck              :
                                                        twang -(n.)oos8:su
true           :                                        tweedle :(vt.)^eocs^

trumpet :(n,)eps                                        twelve :(n.&a.)3o(3ocfc
truncate                               :
                                                        twenty            :(n.

trunk                  :                                twice        :(




trust              :
                                                        twilight              :



trustee                        :                        twins        :



truth                                                   twine        :




try    :                                                twinkle
tub        :




tube               :                                    twist    :



tuber                                                   twitch
                       :(n.)Hg;
Tuesday                                    :            two
tun        :                                            twofold                :




                                                        tympanum
tuition                    :
                                                        type     :



tumble                         :
                                                        typhoid                   :



tumbler                            :
                                                        typhoon                       :



tumuft                     :
                                                        typical           :
  tyr
                                                 147.                                                            unc
  tyrannical :(a
                                                        unbecoming                                           .



  tyrannize                                             unbending-
  tyranny,                                              unbiased                                 :



 tyrant:                                                unbind
                                                        unbleached                                       .

                                             u
                                                        unblemished
 ubiquitous                                          unblown                             :


 udder           :

                                                    unblushing                                       :



 ugly    .
                                                    unbosom                              :


 ulcer       :
                                                    unbottomed                                           .



 ulcerate                :
                                                    unbounded                                        :


 ulterior                                           unbroken                                 :


ultimate :(a.)KS3t                                  unbuild                  :



ultimatum                                           unburden                                 :



ultimo                                              uncalled                     :



ultra
                                                    uncanny
umbrage                                             uncap            :



umbrella
                                                    unceasing
umpire           :
                                                    uncerimonious
unable:                                             uncertain
unadvisable                                         unchain
unaffectedly                             :
                                                    uncharitable                                     :


unaided              ^(                             unchaste                         :




unanimity                    .
                                                   uncivil       :




unanimous                        :
                                                   uncivilized                               :




unapt    -(a)tJ?                                   uncle     .




unarmed              :




unassuming                           :             undean                :




unavoidable                          :             uncleanliness                                         :




unavoidably                          :             undose                :



unaware                                            undothe                   :(

                                                   uncomely:
unbearable                                         uncomfortable                                             :
unc                                                                                                            unf
                                                  148
uncommon        :                                   undertake                 :




unconcern                                           undertaking                           :




unconditional                       :               undervalue                    :



unconscious                     :                   underwrite                    :



uncontrollable                          .           undeserving
                                                        undevout              :(a

uncover                                                 undigested                    :




 uncultivated               :                           undisceming
 undated                                                undisguised
 undaunted          :                                   undisputed                        :




 undeceive      :                                       undo
 undecided          :                                   undoubtedly:
 undefined                                              undress

 undeniable             :                               undue     :




 under :(p&adv.)oa;                                     unduly        :




 underaged              :                               undutiful

 underestimate                                          unearth           :




                                                        uneasiness                            :




  undergo   :                                           uneasy            :



  underhand                 :                           uneducated                                :




  underline ;                                           unemployed                                    :




  underling     :                                        unending                 :




  underiyng         :                                    unessential                          :




  undermine                                              unexpected                               :




                                                         unfailing            i



  underneath :(p& adv,)|                    ott          unfair   :




  underpay                                               unfaithful               :



  underrate             .                                unfamiliar                   :




   undersigned                                           unfasten
                                                         unfathomable
   understand;                                           unfavourable                                     :i




   understanding                                         unfeeling                    :


                                                         unfinished                           :
unf                                             149                                                               unp
unfit                                                 universal                :




unfold                                                universe
             :(vt.)3ay;
                                                      university                   :




unfounded                      :                      unkind       :




unfriendly             .
                                                      unknowingly                                   :




unfurl                                                unknown                  :




ungraceful                     :                      unlawful             .




ungracious                         :                  unless       :




ungrammatical                                         unlike   :




                                                      unlikely         :




ungrateftjl                :(                         unlimited

ungrudgingly :{)i?>uvxx>rp                            unload
unguarded                          :f                 unlock       :



                                                                           -

unhappy :{                                            unlucky
unhealthy                  :
                                                      unmanly :(a.)2>Jc&3
unhesitatincfty :(                                    unmarried                        :




                                                      unmask               :



unhurt       :                                        unmerited
                                                                                       '




unification                    .                      unmindful                        :




uniform           '.
                                                      unmoved                      :




uniformity                 :                          unnatural                    :




uniformly              :
                                                      unobjectionable                                         :



unify    :
                                                      unoccupied                                :




unimportant                             :
                                                      unopposed                                 :




unintelligible                                        unpack           :(vt.)Suaaj
unintentional :(                                      unpalatable                               :
                                                                                                    (a.

uninteresting                               :
                                                      unparallelled
uninterruptedly                                       unpardonable
                                                                                            -

uninviting                 :
                                                      unpleasant
union                                                 unpopular                            :(

unique        :
                                                      unprecedented                                       :




united^           :
                                                      unprepared
unity    :
                                                      unprincipled
UOD       __
unproductive                     (a

unprofitable (a                                    (p& conj
unquestioned                         (a      untimely (a
unravel                                      unto:(p)5;
              '(vtjos^
unready                                      untold (a)2

unreal (a                                    untoward- (a
unreasonable                     .           untrained

unrelenting (a                               untrue

unreliable             '(a.}                 untruth      (n

unreservedly, (a                             unusual          (a
                                                      *
jnrest (n                                    unveil

unrivalled                                   unwary       {


jrroll                                       unwell (a

     nruffted          (                     unwieldy

rinruly .(a            )                     unwilling        ,




unsafe            (a                         unwise
                                                                      -
                                     '

 unsatisfactory                              unwittingly

                                             unworthy             *(a

 jnscfupuicus                                unyielding                   (


                                             up   -(adv.&

 unseat       ,                              upbraid
                                                                  '

 unseen                                       upheaval
                                              uphold
      ^skilled                                jpkeep      :




 1   1.   sound
 unspeakable                         (a )2    upon
 unstable          .(a }                      upnght      :




 unsteady                  :(a                uproar
 unsuccessful                                 uproot


     unsuitable             .                 upset
                                              u-wjai

     untidy   :                               upstart:(n
upw                                                  151                                                      van
upwards                                 '(adv.)"2>         vacillant                          :




urban                  :
                                                           vacillate                          :




ureter                 :                                   vacillation                                    .




 urethrai                           ;                      vacuum
urge       :
                                                           vagabond
urgent                     :
                                                           vagary                     :




unne           :
                                                           vagina                     .




us                                                         vagrant                        .




                                                           vague                  .




usage                  :
                                                           vain
use    :                                                   vainglonous
useful                                                     vainglory                                  :




useless                                                    vainly
usher                  :
                                                           valedictory*

usual              .(
                                                           valiant                :

usurp                  :


                                                           valid      :
utensil                     .


                                                           validate
uterus                     :



                                                           validity :(n )3o

                                                           valley             :

utilize            :


                                                           valour                 -(n
utter .(vt.)Scu&
                                                           valuable                           :


utterance :(n.)3oj5ito
                                                           valuation                              :


utterly                :

                                                           value          .


uvula
                                                           valve      :




                                                           vampire
                                                           van    :



vacancy                         :
                                                           vandalism                                      :




vacant                     :
                                                           vanguard
vacate                 :



vacation                        :                          vanish
                                                           vanity
vaccination                               :(n.             vanquish                               :
                                  152                                  vex
yap
              -

vapour                              vent
variable                            ventilation


                  -                                        '

variance                            venture
vanalion                            venue
vaned                               Venus              (n

variety       (n      J             veracity                       (


various           (a      }
                                    verb    -<n.)!

varnish                             verbal             .(a

vary   (v                           verbatim                       :




vascular                            verdict            :




vase                                verge :(n)eo&;
vassal ,(n)                         verify     :




/ast                                verily     :



 -suit ;(n                          veritable

/eer   ,(v/.
                                    vermilion

                                    vernacular
vegetables                    :



\eoetarlan                ,
                                    versatile

vehemence                           verse          .




venemeni                            versed                 -(a
                          .\

                                     version

 /eil .(n
                                        versus
              )ds;
vein ,(n)&3                             vertebrate -^
                                        vertex

vend      .
                                        vertical               :




 venerable                              vertigo

 venerate             :
                                        very   :




 veneration                             vesicle                :




 venereal                               vessel             :
                      :{


 vengeance
                                        veteran
                                        veto       :
via                             153                                     vbc
via                                   violence                '(n
     '(p.)e*jo
vial '(n                              violent .(a
         Jasjaag
vibrant (a)o2>o3&i                    violet     :



vibrate        (v i.)2oioci>          violin

vicar                                 viper      (n)e^
vice
                                      virgin

veceroy            (n                 virginity

vicinity                              Virgo (n
vicious                               virility           (n

vicissitudes                          virtually
victim     .(n                        virtue
                                                 -

                                                      (n

victimize                             virtuous                      ~
victor    .(n      JaccooOS           virulent             (a

victory (n          JJEC^,            virus (n )^,
victuals          -(n   )iT*^
vie                                   visage
                                      viscosity                (

vigilance                             viscous                 (a

vigilant      -(                      visibility

vigour"                               visible

vigorous                              vision
vile (a                               visit

vilhfy    (

                                                     -
vniage        (n                      visitor

villain                               visual

villainy      (n                      vital    (a
vindicate                             vitality

                                      vitamin
vindicative -(a) sn                   vitiate    :



vine                                  vituperate               :




vineyard                              vivacioiis

violate       (


violation          (n                 vixen
viz                                                           154                                                        wan
vizier   :                                                      vulnerable

vocabulary                                   :                  vulture                :




                                                     $$3 So
vocal :(a.)5oS                                                  vulva          :



vocation
vociferous
                             :




                                         :
                                                                                                                     w
vogue            :
                                                                wabble
 voice       :
                                                                wade               .




 void    :                                                      waft:(v.t.

 volatile            :                                          wag        :




 volcano                                                        wage               :




 volition                                                       wager                  ,(n.)3o3:sx>

 volley          :                                              wages                      :




 volume                                                         waggery                                    :



                                                                waggon                                     (n.)"2>

 voluminous                                      :              wail       ,(v.t.
                                                                                   -


 voluntary                                                          waist

 volunteer                               .                          wait   .(


 voluptuous                                      :(a                waiter

  vom'rt         .                                                  waitress

  voracious                                                         waive              :




                                                                    wake           :




  votary             :                                              wakeful                            :




  vote                                                              walk       .




  voter          :                                                  wall :(n.)Ka

                                                                    wallet             :




  vouch                  :                                          wallow                         :



  voucher                            :                              walrus                     :



  vouchsafe
  vow                                                               wand               :




  vowel              :                                              wander                             :




  voyage                         :                                  wanderer                                   :




      vulgar             :(a.                                       wanderings
      vulgarity                          i                          wane                   ^v.i.J
wan                                            155                                                            wea
wait    .(                                           waste
 aSg^j(v                    t   )*&>;   28ft

                                                     wasteful                      '(a.

wanted                                               watch                 (n)3i>e;
                        -


wanting
                                                     watch
wantonly
war                                                  watch-dog                                     (n

                                                     watchman
                                                     watchword
                                                     water
warden              ,




                                                     waterfall                 .

warder          .(n
                                                     water-level                               :

wardrobe                        ,


                                                     water-mill                            .




                                                     waterproof
wares
                                                     wave:(n                   )
warehouse
                                                     waver         .


warfare
                                                     wax
wanly       .
                                                           -

                                                     way
warlike                                                                            '

                                                     wayfarer
warm        .


                                                     waylay                (v.t.)e5
                                                                                                    B   Oso
warmly
                                                     wayward                           .


warn                                                 we   :(pro)2o;$:Sij;
warning                                              weak      '




warp    ,
                                                     weaken                .



warrant.
                                                     weakling                      :




                                                     weakness
wamor           '

                                                     wealth            .




wary                                                 wealthy ;
wash        -(v.t) 2^0 ?b;                           weapon
                                                                           *




washerman                           .                wearied               :




wasp        :                                        weariness                             :


                            -

wastage                                              weary
wea                                                 156                                                         who
weather                :                              whatever                             :




weathercock                                     :     wheat            :



weave          :(v.t.);5dfcD                          wheel            .




weaver             :                                  when             .(adv                            conj.
web   :




wed    :                                              whence                       :




wedding                    :(n.)"2>og
                                                      whenever                                 :(adv.   &
wedge              :                                      s^
wedlock                    :                          where            :(adv.                     &   conj.

Wednesday                                   .         whereabouts                                 :




weed       :                                          whet     :



week:                                                 whether:

weep       :                                          which            :(pro.
Weft:

weight             :                                  whim         :


welcome
                                                      whirl :(v.t.)A8&8

weid                                                  whirlpool
welfere                :                              whirlwind
wei   :
                                                      whisper                          :




wefi-bdng                                             whistle

welfenown                           :                 white                (n.

well-nigh                      :                      whitewash
wefl-o                 :                              whither                      i




wefi-wisher                             :             whitlow                      :



wend           :                                      who      :



west       :                                          whoever                              :




westerner                          :                  whole                :



wet   :                                               wholesale
whale          :                                      wholesome
wharf          :                                      whom                 :
                                                                               (pro.

wharfage                           :(n.)"&j)          whoop                    :



what :(pro.)^b;                                       whopkig-cough
who                                                  157                                                       wor
whose                                                      wireless                        :




why            (adv.);>o&>;5#                              wisdom                      .



wick           :                                           wise    :



wicked                             :                       wish    :(n                 )I3g(v.t.&
wide           :                                           wistful                 .




widen                      :(Yt.)i5eo}
                                                           wrt

widow                          :                           witch           :




width                  .                                   witchcraft                              :




wield                  :                                   with :(p.)^*

wife:                                                      withdraw                                :(v.t   &
wild       .




wilderness                                       :         wither              :




wildfire                           .                       withhold                            :




wile                                                       within              :




wilful             :                                       without                     .




will                                                       withstand                               .




                                                           witness                     :




win    :                                                   wittingly                       :




v/ince                     :                               witty       :




wind               .                                       wizard                  :




Windfall                               :                   woe     :




windmill                                   :(n.)nG
                                                           wolf    :




window                                 :
                                                           woman                       :




windpipe                                    :              womanly                             :



wine               :
                                                           womb                    :




wing               :
                                                           wonder                      :




wink               :
                                                           wonderful                               :




winning                                :
                                                           woo
winnow                                 :
                                                           wood                :




winsome                                     .-
                                                           wood-apple :(n.yaH3oai
yinter                     :                               woodpecker r
                                                           wool        :



                                                           woid        :
wor                                        158
work                                         writhe          :




work    .(v.                                 writing
                                                                 '




worker          .(n.                         wrong           :




workmanship                   :
                                             wrongful
world                                        wroth       :



woridliness                                  wry   :


worm    .
                                             wry-neck
womout               (a.)                    wryness                         .




worry   :




worship             :(v.

worshipper itn                               xanthin                 :                   Sofa so*
worth (n)aeo3; "So
worthless                                    Xanthippe                           .




worthy          .                            xebec
wound                                        xenium                  :




wrangle                                      xerasia                 :



wiap    -(v.t                                xeroderma                               :




wrapper               (n.)"2                 xerophilous
wrath
            -
wreck                                        xiphoid                 :



wrench                                       Xnias
wrest
                                             X-ray       :



wrestle :(v.t.)sjo
                 n
wrestler             .(n.                    xylography
wretch          :(n.

wretched              :
                                             xyioW        .




wnggle              :(v.i.)S5eo              xyst       -(n              )

wring    :(v.t.)5>oa>;                       xyster
wrmkte              :(n.

wrist :(n.

write :(v.t                & vl)gpc55a>;
writer :(n.                                  yacht       :




                                             yak    :
   Van                                                 159                                            200
   Yankee                                                    you
   yard                 :
                                                              a>
  yam                                                        young
  yaw                                            a<o
                                                             your. (pro.
  yawl                  :


                                                             yours
  yawn                      *



                                                             youth                     .(n.
  yea:
  yeanling
                                                             youthful                          :(a.
  year              '




  yearling
  yearly


 yearn                      :
                                                         zeal:
                                                         zealot
 yearning                             .
                                                                               :




 yeast                  :                                zealous                           .




 yell                                                    zealously
 yellow                         ,(n                      zebra             .




 yellowish: (a                                           zenana                        :




 yellowness                                 :            zenith                .




 yelp           -(v.i                                    zephyr                    .(n.;

 yeoman                                                  zero          :




yes         -

                                                        'zest :(n

yesterday                                 :(n.           zigzag            :




yet     :




yield           :
                                                         zodiac
                                                         zodiacal                      :



yielding .(a.)^                                         zoic       :



yoke                                                    zone           :



yolk        :
                                                        zoo    :



yonder                          :(adv>aff;              zoologist :(n.)ao*>

                                                        zootogy                    :



yore :(n.                                               zoom           :
                                         Turkey             :



                                         Vulture                :




Bulbul                  :


Chicken                         :
                                        Breeze          :

Cock
                                        Cloud       :

Cockatoo
                                        Cold.                                ,
                                                                                 CJS)
Crane :
                                        Dew
Crow           .

                                        Drizzle
Cuckoo                      :


Dove           *                        Fog
                                        Hail
Drake               :

                                        Hail-stone
Duck            :

                                        Heat    :
Duckling
Eagle :                                 Hemidity:
Eaglet              :                   Ice

Falcon                                  Lightning
                                        Mist
Fowl       :                        &
Gander                      :
                                        Ram     :



Goose               :
                                        Rainbow
                                        Shower          :
Gosling                  :


Hawk           :
                                        Snow    .




Hen    :
                                        Tunder          :

                                                                             *

Heron                                   Thunder-bolt
Kite:                                   Thunder-clap
Lark       :



Mma        *
                                        Temperate zone

Night-hawk                          :
                                        Torrid zone                      :




Owl:                                    Frigid zone                  .




Parrot             :                    Vapour          :


                                        Warmth              :
Partridge                       :


Peachick:                               Wind:                   7?

Peacock:                                Whirl-wind
Peahen                  :


Poultry.
Quail       :                           Blanket         :


Raven              :                    Breeches
Stnpe      :
                                        Button.                     Tbod
Sparrow                     ;           Cambnc              :

Swallow                 :


Swan:                                   Curtain         :


Teal   :                                Canvas      :
                                                         161
Felt

Lace                                                       Cmuamon
                                    e>6                    Cibet
Lining                                               a
                                                   fog
Muslem                                                     Clarifying                   "I'

Rag    Sou*
       :


Ribbon                                                     Cloves
Rug    :                       Sow*                        Cochin turmeric
Shawl                                                      Cork    :


Silk
                                                           Drygmger
Sirap                                                      Eucalyptusoil                                .




Sash                                                       Fennel.
Tapestry                                     acp           Fennugreek                           (Dill)
                                                           Flax,   hump                     .
                                                                                                            es>A"2>,

                                                           Frankm cause                                         3SoA
Black          .
                                                           Galavgle-Alpma
                                                           Gall-nut
Blue                               IboSoo                                                       >e>&o
                                                           Ginger
Brown                  :
                                                           Gumarabic                        :

Crimson                                                    Gum-reom                         .

Green                                w
                                                           Hema-plant                           .


Indigo             :
                                                           Holy-basil
Orange                         :
                                                           Jala proot                   .



Purple:                                                    Licorice
Ked                                                        Linseed
Scarlet
                                                               Madder                       t.
Violet             .



\Vhite             :
                                                           Marking nut                              :



Vellow                 .
                                                           Milk-hedge                       :


                                                           Mudar           .



                                                           Mastard
  mt^} DRUGS                                               Musk        :
                                                                                :




Ajwan              ;
                                                           Neem        :            "&S
Aloe       :
                                                           Nutmag              :



.Ambergris                           :                     Nux-vomica                           .


Asafoetida                           :                     Olender :
Asparagus                            :
                                                           Opium           :


Basil      :                                               Pepper :
                                                           Poppy seeds                          :


                                                                                                    :
Cactus                     :
                                                           Prickly pears

Calamus :                                                  Quince          :



Cardamoun                                    :             Rhubarf:
Cactor :                             <
                                                           Rough       feryoraa                             :


China-root                               :                 Saffron         :


Qnchona:                                                   Sandal      oil          :
                                      162

Sarsapanlla                             Tomato                   z


Senna Leaf.                             Walnut                   s

Sensitive plant.                        Water-melon
                                        Wood-apple


Soapnut
                                               FLOWERS
Sweet-basil                             Amaranath
                                        Common               basil
Thistle               SSj
                                        Comomila
Turmeric                                Croton
                          *
Turpentine                              Datura
Wood-oil                                Foure O* Clock flower
                                        Jasmine
                                        Lily   .




                                        Lily love
Apple     :



Banana                                  Lotus

Batairan orange                   :     Man-gold
Berry   :         325*d&                Morning flower
Bullocks'-heart-fruit o*SSJ*$e$a>       Rangoon-creeper
Citrow                                  Rose             ?b7=2j

C uccumer                               Spikemard
Custard apple                           Sunflower

Date-fruit        :
                                        Water          seldar
                                        Wax        flower

Grape
                                                    GEMS
Hog plum          .


                  -
Jack-fruit                              Carbuncle
Lime
Mango                                   Cat's eye
Melon       f                           Coral
Musk-melon \t                           Diamond              .
                                                                     ,
                                                                         OSS

                                        Emerald          .


orange                                  Jade
Papaya        .
                                        Lapislazuh
                      -

Pine-apple                              Opal
Plantain                                Pearl
Pomegranate                             Ruby       :



                                        Saphire
Pumple-moss                   .
                                        Sardonyx         .


Rose apple
                                        Tapaz
                                      163


GRAINS                    -                 Dill

                                            Dried coconut
Bengal-gram                                Dried ginger
Black-gram            :                    Garlic           .




Grccngram             .                    Ghee     .




Horsegram             .
                                           Gingelly
Indian corn                                Ginger
Lentil
                                           Honey            :


Maiz                                       Jaggery
Millet                            "20311   Licorice
          -
Paddy                                      Mace
Pea   :
                                           Musk
                  *
Red-gram                                   Mustard
Wheat                                      Nut-meg
                                           Onion            .


ORNAMENTS                     -
                                           Pepper
A nulet                                    Poppy
Aikelt                                     Saffron

B ingles.                                  Salt                     ^
B-acelet                                   Sesamum
B-ooch                                     Sugar
                                           Tamarind
Chain                                      Toabcco                          .



                                           Turmeric
                                           Vinegar                  :




                                    J
Asa   foetida
Bar of cloves                              Alkali

Boiled-nee                                 Alum
                                                                        -
Bran                                       Analgan
Butter            "3                       Ashes                                uT<id5
Cardamoms                                  Bismuth                      ,



Cashewnut                                  Blue-virtnal
                                                        -
Castor                                     Borak
Cheeze                                     Brass
                                           Bronze
Chilly
                                                                *

Cloves                                     Bullion

Coconut       :
                                           Calomel                  :



Coriander                                  Camphor                          :



Cummin        :
                                           Carbon               :



Curd                                       Carbonic acid
                           164
 Chalk                       Cousin
 Cinnabar                    Daugher                .



 Coke    .                   Co-son-m-law                     .




 Copper                      Daughter-in-law
                                                                       -




Corrosive subemrate          Elder brother
                             Elder         sister                     cs

Crystal                      Father                     &o\&,
Crystahsed -gypsrum          Fathcr-m-law                 ,




                             Grand-daughter
Fossil salt
                             Grand-father                 .


Granite                      Grand-mother                         :


Gravel                       Grand son
Gypsum                       Husband                :    $?
Indigo                       Maternal uncle
Iron                         Mother         .


Jasper                       Mother-m-Iaw                     :


Lead                         Nephew
Ume                          Niece
Magnet       .
                             Paternal uncle
Marble
Mercury
                             Sister
Metals
                             Sister-in-law
Mjca
                             Son   .




                            Step-mother
        RELATIONSHIP   -
                            Step-sister
                            Ste-father


Aunt             e^         Step-son            .

Brothc r-m-Iaw              Uncle:
Brother      :
                            Wife       .

				
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