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An illustrated dictionary to Xenophon's Anabasis, with by White John Williams 1849-1917

By White John Williams 1849-1917

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ANTONYMS: (n) plan; (v) absolve. hears: (v) hear. ANTONYMS: (adj) uncommitted, languor: (adj, n) inactivity, inertia, unreliable, irresolute, unfaithful, feebleness; (n) lethargy, fatigue, acquiescent, disloyal; (v) accelerate. tribune: (n) rostrum, pulpit, platform, infirmity, lassitude, weakness, indifference, ennui; (adj) atony. forum, hustings, reading desk, ANTONYM: (n) energy. theater, lecture room, state, archon, recount: (v) tell, recite, relate, describe, amphitheater. enumerate, inform, detail, rehearse, youthful: (adj) immature, fresh, green, count, report, convey.

Thesaurus hellish: (adj, v) diabolic, satanic; (adj) infernal, diabolical, fiendish, demonic, beastly, wicked, unholy, detestable; (v) mephistophelian. henceforth: (adv) hence, in future, after this; (adj) following. hissing: (adj) sibilant, sibilous, sibilatory; (n) whistling, heckling, scoffing, sibilance, taunts, sibilation, white noise; (v) fizzle. ANTONYM: (n) applause. poniard: (n) dagger, bodkin, dirk, cutlass, stiletto, stylet, bilbo, Toledo, tuck, brand; (v) stab. swelling: (n) protuberance, lump, swell, intumescence, growth, projection, prominence, bulge, dropsy; (adj, v) inflated; (adj) growing.

Wherefore: (adv, conj) therefore; (adv, n) why; (n) reason, proof; (adv) accordingly, consequently, so, wherefor, hence, whence; (conj) then. yellowing: (n) discoloration, tint, staining, mark, stain, streak. % AARON. Madam, though Venus govern your desires, Saturn is dominator over mine. What signifies my deadly-standing eye, My silence and my cloudy melancholy, My fleece of woolly hair that now uncurls Even as an adder when she doth unroll To do some fatal execution? No, madam, these are no venereal signs.

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