The grammar school speller; containing rules for spelling, with numerous examples to illustrate the application of each rule together with a large ... correctly spelled, pronounced, and defined

 
9781231196168: The grammar school speller; containing rules for spelling, with numerous examples to illustrate the application of each rule together with a large ... correctly spelled, pronounced, and defined

This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1871 Excerpt: ...Exercise 49th of False Orthography. LESSON XCIX. POLYSYLLABLE (pol'-e-sil-la-bl), n. A word of many syllables. TYPE-FOUNDRY (tipe'-foun-dre), n. Where types are made. IRREPARABLE (ir-rep'-a-ra-bl), a. That cannot be mended. NOMENCLATURE (no'-men-klate-yvr), n. A vocabulary. QUALIFICATION (kwol-e-fe-ka'-shun), n. Suitable power. INTELLECTUAL (in-tellekt'-yu-al), a. Belonging to the mind. WHEELWRIGHT (hweel'-rite), n. A man who makes wheels. UNSEARCHABLE (un-serch'-a-bl), a. That cannot be searched. INDISPENSABLE (in dis-pens'-a-bl), a. Absolutely necessary. SUPERANNUATED (su-peran'-nu-a-ted), a. Impaired by age. CONVALESCENT (kon-va-les'-sent), a. Recovering health. INFLAMMATION (inr-flam-ma'-shun), n. Heat; excitement. CONFECTIONERY (kon-fek'-shun-er-e), n. Sweetmeats. INEXHAUSTIBLE (in-egz-hawst'-e-bl), a. That cannot be emptied. MISCELLANEOUS (mti-sel-la'-ne-us), a. Of several kinds. Review spelling exercise under Rule 25th. Correctly write, and presont for inspection, Exercise 50th of False Orthography. LESSON C. APPEASE (ap-peze'), e. t. To make quiet. DELUGE (del'-luje), n. Any overflowing of water. HEARKEN (hark'-ri), v. i. To listen; to attend. INTRIGUE (in-treeg'), n. A scheme to effect some purpose by se-MEASLES (mee'-zlz), n. A disease. cret artifices. WRINKLE (rink'-l), n. A small ridge or furrow. WARRANT (wor'-rant), D. t. To authorize; to secure. REALIZE (re'-al-ize), v. t. To impress on the mind as truth. BALANCE (bal'-anse), v. t. To make of equal weight. TORRID (tor'-rid), a. Dried with heat. CARESS (ka-ress'), v. t. To treat with fondness. ANNUAL (an'-nu-al), a. Yearly. CONTROL (Jcon-troW), v. t. To have under command. FORFEIT (for'-fit), . t. To lose by some fault or crime. FEUDAL (fu'-dal), a. Pertaining to feuds. Review spelling ex...

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