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Advise, counsel, caution, forewarn, 3. Settlement, reconciliation, pacifi- enjoin. Instruct, inform, teach, apprise, 4. Fitting, adapting, accommodation, acquaint, notify, make acquainted, making suitable or conformable. Adjutant, ni. Assistant qf a su- Admonition, on. Hint of a fault, perior officer. Admeasurelnent, n. Advice, counsel, caution, warning, Administer, v. Dispense, give, monition. Admonishing, monigive out.

Direct, manage, conduct, control, Ado, n. Trouble, difficulty, labor, superintend, preside over. Tender, offer, proffer. Bustle, stir, flurry, fuss, noise, Administer, v. Contribute, con- tumult, turmoil, pother, confusion, duce, be helpful. Act as administrator. Adolescence, is. Youth, juvenility, Administration, n.

Dispensation, minority, juniority, nonage, teens, distribution. Management, conduct, direction, life. Adolescent, a. Youthful, juvenile, 3. Executive department of a gov- young. Appropriate, take to istrate and cabinet. Management of an estate 2.

Approve, espouse, support, main of an intestate. Admirable, a. Affiliate, father, treat as one's surprising, striking, astonishing. Excellent, incomparable, inimita- Adoption, ic. Approval, espousal, support, mainperfect, first-rate, worthy of admira- tenance. Affiliation, adopting, fathering. Admiration, n. Divine, to be adored, surprise, astonishment, amazement. Liking, love, high regard, high 2.

Estimable, venerable, worthy of opilion. Admire, v. Worship, devotion. Homage, reverence, veneration. Adore, v. Like much, think highly of, have 2. Revere, venerate, idolize, honor, a high opinion of, prize or value highly. Idolater, great admirer. Admirer, n. Lover, gallant, suitor, Adorn, v. Adroit, a. Dexterous, expert, sikilful, Admnission, n.

Admittance, intro- apt, handy, ready, quick, clever, able, duction, access, entrance, initiation, masterly. Adscititious, a. Additional, supple2.

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Allowance, avowal, concession, mental, supplementary, superadded. Adulation, n. Flattery, fiummery, exAdmit, v. Receive, grant entrance cessive praise, extravagant compliment. Adulatory, a. Flattering, smooth, oily, 2. Concede, accept, grant, acknowl- full of compliments, servile in compliedge, own, confess, take for granted, ment. Adult, a. Mature, grown up, full grown, 3. Permit, allow, bear, admit of, be of age, of mature age. Adult, n. Person of mature age, grown Admit of, Admit, permit, allow, bear, up person.

Adulterate, v. Debase, corrupt, Admittance, n. Access, means of approach, liberty Adulteration, i. Debasement, corrupto approach. Adlnixture, n. Adulterous, a. Unchaste, rakish, dis2. Spice, dash, infusion, sprinkling, solute. Violation of the marriagetinge. Admonish, v.

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Reprove gently , Adumbrate, v. Shadow, forecensure, warn of a fault. Typify, represent, symbolize, show, 3. Event, incident, occurrence, transdenote, stand for. Adumbration, n. Shadowing forth, 4. Hazard, venture, risk, distinct image. Type, image, shadow, symbol. Aduncous, a. Crooked, hooked, bent, Adventure, v. Dare, venture, take curved. Advance, v. Promote, aggran- Adventurous, a. Bold, daring, dize, exalt, elevate, dignify, raise to courageous, venturesome, venturous, preferment, raise to higher rank. Forward, further, promote, im- 2.

Rash, reckless, precipitate, headprove, strengthen, make better, en- long, foolhardy, full of hazard. Adversaria, a. Notes, memoranda, 3. Allege, adduce, propose, offer, remarks, note-book, journal, commonassign, propound, bring forward, lay place-book. Adversary, ia.

Enemy, foe, antago4. Pay beforehand, supply before- nist, opponent, adverse party. Increase as price , enhance, aug- Satan. Adverse, a. Contrary, opposing, unAdvance, v. Proceed, progress, propitious, counteracting, conflicting, make progress, make way, get forward, HEAD, not propitious. Hostile, inimical, antagonistic. Unprosperous, untoward, unlucky, 2. Improve, grow, thrive, make im- unfortunate, calamitous, disastrous. Adversity, s. Misfortune, calamity, Advance, a. Progress, progression, affliction, trouble, suffering, woe, dismarch, way, moving forward.

Improvement, growth, advance- luck, broken fortunes, hard life, frowns ment. Payment beforehand, anticipated Advert to, 1. Observe, remark, regard, payment. Tender, offer, proposal, proposi- heed to, take notice of, pay attention tion. Increase ofprice , enhancement. Advance-guard, ni. Advancement, n. Progress, pro- 2. Refer to, allude to. Advertence, i n. Attention, heed, re2. Promotion, preferment, elevation, Advertency, ] gard, observance, obexaltation, aggrandizement. Improvement, advance, growth. Advantage, in. Favorable opportu- Advertise, v.

Announce, publish, nity, vantage-gromud, superior situa- declare, promulgate, trumpet, protion or condition, -best estate, best claim, make known, spread abroad, plight. Superiority, ascendency, pre-emi- the public, bring to the notice of the nence, upper-hand. Benefit, avail, profit, gain, emolu- 2. Offer for sale. Announcement, weal, service, blessing. Behalf, behoof, account-, interest. Privilege, prerogative, conven- Advice, n. Benefit, profit, serve, tion, warning, caution, exhortation.

Intelligence, information, notice, of advantage to. Advantageous, a. Beneficial, profit- Advisability, is. Expediency, advisaable, helpful, useful, convenient, ser- bleness. Expedient, proper, fit, good, well, for one's advantage, for prudent, desirable, fit to be advised. Advise, v. Counsel, admonish, sugAdvent, n. Arrival, coming, ap- gest, recommend to, give counsel to, preach. Conling of Christ. Inform, acquaint, apprise, make Adventitious, a. Accidental, inci- known to, give notice to, send word to, dental, extrinsic, extraneous, foreign, write word to.

Confer, consult, deliberate, Adventure, 1s. Chance, hazard, for- take counsel, hold a conference. Advisedly, ad. Deliberately, heedfully, 2. Hazardous enterprise, bold under- purposely, by design, with considera-. Consultation, delibera- edness, mannerism, assumed manners, tion. Adviser, s. Counsellor, instructor, Affected, a. Assumed, feigned, unguide, director, mentor, monitor. Advocacy, i. Defence, vindication, sup- 2. Assuming, pretending, pretenport, countenance.

Defend, support, vin- priggish. Affecting, a. Moving, touching, paAdvocate, ni. Counsellor, counsel, thetic, impressive. Feeling, passion, incliattorney-at-law, limb of the law. Defender, vindicator, supporter, mind, cast or frame of mind. Attribute, quality, property, ac3. Intercessor, comforter, paraclete, cident, modification, mode. Holy Spirit, Spirit of Truth. Love, heart, attachment, kindness, 4. Shield, buckler. Defence, protection, safeguard. Aerial, a. Disorder, malady, disease. Aeriform, gaseous, vaporous, ethe- Affectionate, a. Loving, fond, attached, real, airy, empyreal, light.

High, lofty. Aerie, n. Nest of a bird of prey. Affiance, v. Betroth, engage. Brood of birds of prey. Affidavit, it. Testimony in writing, Aeriforlm, a. Gaseous, ethereal, vapor- signed and sworn to before a mnagistrate, ous, airy, aerial. Meteoric stone. Aeronaut, t. Balloonist, aerial naviga- Affiliate, v. Adopt, treat as one's tor. Aeronautics, n.

Aerostation, balloon- 2. Connect, associate, unite, join, ing. Aerostation, n. Affinity, n. Relationship by marX-sthetics, it. Resemblance, likeness, relation, of the beautiful. Far off, long way off, afar larity, similitude, parallelism, correoff, wide away, a great way off, at a dis- spondence, parity, sympathy. Affability, n. Sociability, sociable- Affirm, v. Declare, aver, assert, ness. Courtesy, courteousness, complai- allege, say, profess, protest, pronounce, sance, condescension, civility, polite- predicate.

Confirm, ratify, approve, estabity, amiability, good manners, good lish. Affirn, v. Assert, declare, aver, say, Affable, a. Conversable, communi- state, SWEAR, testify, depose, bear cative, free, unreserved, open, sociable, witness. Affirmable, a. Courteous, complaisant, civil, po- Affirmation, n. Assertion, declaralite, obliging, urbane, debonair, famil- tion, asseveration, word, averment, iar, easy, gracious, mild, condescend- protestation, avowal, predication, testiing, well-bred.

Affair, s. Business, concern, matter, Affirmative, a. That affirms. Event, occurrence, incident, trans- 3. Positive, not negative. Affix, v. Join, subjoin, annex, attach, 3. Battle, engagement, combat, con- connect, set to, unite to the end. Postfix, suffix. Afflatus, n. Inspiration, supernatural Affair of honor, Duel. Affect, v. Influence, act upon, Afflict, v.

Grieve, distress, trouble, work upon. Concern, interest, regard, relate harass, wound, exercise, grind, perseto, bear upon. Touch, move, impress, melt, sub- Afflicting, a. Grievous, painful, disdue, overcome, pierce. Crave, yearn for, aspire to, aim at. Assume, feign, arrogate, put on, lucky, wretched, dire, deplorable, sore, make a show of, pretend to. Pretension, airs, affect- bear. Calamity, adversity, After-birth, n. Secundines, placenta. Rowen, eddish. Aftermost, a. Grief, sorrow, distress, woe, tribu- Afterpiece, i. Farce, low comedy. Subsequently, after ness, gripe, griping, broken heart, Afterwards, later, thereafter, in the heavy heart.

Afflictive, a. After-wit, s. Affluence, a. Wealth, riches, opulence, Again, ad. Again and again, Repeatedly, often, Affluent, a. Abundant, exuberant. Opulent, wealthy, rich, moneyed. Afford, v. Supply, furnish, yield, Against, prep. Opposed to, in oppoproduce. Confer, impart, grant, bestow, 2. Facing, fronting, off, opposite to, offer, lend, give, communicate, spare. Bear the cost or expense of. In provision for, in expectation of, Affray, n.

Brawl in a pusblic place , in preparation for, in anticipation of. Against the test, altercation, strife, row, fray, broil, fibres of wood. Against the natural disposition, break, RujmPus. Affright, v.

see url Frighten, terrify, alarm, Agalloch, s n. Lign-aloes, aloes scare, daunt, appall, dismay, fright, Agallochunl, wood. Agape, ad. Wondering, gazing eagerly, Affright, a. Terror, fear, fright, alarm, staring with open mouth. Agaric, a. Affront, v. Insult, abuse, outrage. Touchwood, spunk, punk. Offend, displease, irritate, pro- Age, n. Duration of existence. Period, date, epoch, time. Century, a hundred years. Old age, decline of life, vale of Affront, s. Insult, abuse, contume- years. Maturity, mature years, years of ill-treatment, ill-turn.

Provocation, offence. Aged, a. Old, elderly, stricken in Affusion, it. On foot. Preparing, forthcoming, in prepa- 2. Having lived, of the age of. Aforesaid, a. Said before, aforemen- 2. Charge, direction, management, tioned, before-mentioned, fore-named, superintendence, supervision. Agent, ie.

Actor, doer, operator, perAforethought, a. Premeditated, pre- former, executor. Deputy, attorney, factor, repreA fortiori,. Fearful, haunted with fear. Afresh, ad. Anew, newly, again, over 3. Hand, employd. Agglomerate, v. Gather in a ball or Aft, ad. Abaft, astern, behind, mass, gather together, lump together, back, rearward, in the rear. After, prep. Subsequent to, later than. Agglomleration, n. Conglomeration, 2. Following, behind. About, in relation to.

In imitation of. Agglutinate, v. Unite, glue, cement, After, ad. After, a. Succeeding, subsequent, Agglutination, n. Cohesion, union, following, later. Hind, hinder, posterior, rear, Aggrandize, v. Exalt, dignify, honor, back. Exaltation, eletions. Heighten in evil , considered, at last, in the end. Exaggerate, overstate, magnify. Agonize, v. Torment, torture, rack, 3.

Aggravation, n. A heightening of Agonize, v. Be tormented, be torsomething evil. Agony, a. Amass, collect, accu- fering. Accord, harmonize, conpile up, heap up, scrape together, keep cur, unite, be in unison, be of one together. Aggregate, a. Assent, consent, accede, acquiesce, Aggregate, n. Whole, total, totality, comply, subscribe, yield assent, give gross, lump, sum, amount, body, mass, consent, fall in. Stipulate, bargain, promise, enAggregation, is. Collection, mass, pile, gage, undertake, contract, be sworn.

Make the first attack, be one's word, pass one's word, pledge the first to attack, be the aggressor. Attack, assault, inva- one's self, bind one's self. Compromise, compound, come to Aggressive, a. Attacking, assaulting, an understanding, come to an agreeassailing, assailant, invading, offensive. Aggressor, n. Assailant, assaulter, at- 5. Suit, match, tally, correspond, tacker, assailer, invader. Pain, grieve, afflict, conform, square.