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An Explanation of Words in less frequent use, which occur in this Volume, designed for the assistance of the unlearned Reader. Accents; sounds, words. Phantom; a spectre, or Alloy; baser mixture, vision. abatement.
Philanthropist; a friend of Arduous; difficult.
mankind. Asylum ; refuge.
Portals; gates. Auspicious ; favourable, Preiude: introduction.
giving hopes of success. Prescribed ; ordered. Celestial; heavenly. Radiant; shining. Elate ; lofty.
Ramparts; works, or walls Energy; power.
to defend a place. Fell ; fierce, cruel.
Refulgent; bright. Fiend; evil spirit
Reptiles; creeping things. Furbished; polished. Retribution ; repayment, Herald; messenger, fore. reward.
Revolters; deserters, aposHostile; warlike, belong
taies. ing to an enemy.
Sable; dark. Impotent; weak.
Salubrious; healthful. Impregnable; which can. Scan; to examine carean not be taken.
fully. Incarnate; in the fiesh Sorceress; an enchantress. Infernal; hellish.
Sympathy ; fellow feeling. Insidious; treacherous. System; scheme. Marshal; to arrange, di- Teem ; to produce, to tect.
abound. Meed; reward.
Trophies; proofs, or mongMyriads; great numbers. ments of victory. Palm ; a branch, the to- Unexplored; not searched ken of victory.
out, or known. Pander ; a tool, or provi- Verdant ; green. der.
Vernal ; of the spring Paternal ; fatherly.
Vested ; laid up. Patrimony; an inheritance Viands ; food, from a father,
J. Raw, Printer, Ipswicka
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