A Primary School Dictionary of the English Language: Explanatory, Pronouncing, and Synonymous : with an Appendix Containing Various Useful Tables : Mainly Abridged from the Latest Edition of the American Dictionary of Noah Webster
Ivison, Blakeman, Taylor, 1874 - 352 pages
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Page vii - The words clef-, if> of, and sol, are exceptions. § 2. The letter s, at the end of a monosyllable, and...
Page 335 - Meum et tuum. [L.] Mine and thine. Mirabile dictu. [L.] Wonderful to be told ; — visu, wonderful to be seen.
Page viii - Apparel, bevel, bowel, cancel, carol, cavil, channel, chisel, counsel, cudgel, dishevel, drivel, duel, embowel, enamel, empanel, equal, gambol, gravel, grovel, handsel, hatchel, imperil, jewel, kennel, label, level, libel, marshal, marvel, model, panel, parcel, pencil, peril, pistol, pommel, quarrel, ravel, revel, rival, rowel, shovel, shrivel, snivel, tassel, iwuuud, travel, tunnel, unravel.