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[re jec'tus] = to throw back. For ma're [for ma'tus] = to form, to shape, to make.
“Never will God reject a soul that e ject sincerely loves him." — Coleridge. ob jec'tion Numerous objections to every truth in ject'
are always advanced. proj'ect The live, energetic man will inject
enthusiasm into any project. in form'er “ The work of reformation is child's ref'or maltion play to that of making your friends re form believe
have reformed.” Conway. trans form' “ Love may transform me
to an formal oyster.” — Shakespeare.
trea'son trai'tor re li'gion sa'cred re cline re clin'ing Chi'na man fa'vor ite af flic'tion ac cus'tom ac customed
“For while the treason I detest, the traitor I love." - Hoole.
Each religion of the world has a sacred book.
To read in a reclining position strains the eyes.
A Chinaman's favorite present to a parent is a coffin.
66 The afflictions to which we are accustomed do not disturb us.'
The diagram was well drawn.
“ Let honesty be as the breath of thy soul, and never forget to have a penny when all thy expenses are enumerated and paid." – Franklin.
at tract'ive 66 To be attractive to all sorts of read'i ness
people, one must have great readiness sym'pa thy of sympathy." pearl
“ Contentment is a pearl of great con tent'ment price; and whoever procures it,
though at the expense of a thoupur'chase sand desires, makes a wise and happy tor ment'ing purchase. o'ver come! “ It is tormenting to fear what one com'bat
cannot overcome. la'bor eth “Who hath a greater combat than
he that laboreth to overcome self?”
- Thomas à Kempis.
127 dis' ci pline
“Self-control and self-discipline are prac'ti cal the beginnings of practical wisdom.” wis'dom
Smiles. grace'ful ly “ Nothing sits so gracefully upon ha bit'u al children as habitual respect and du'ti ful dutiful deportment
toward their de port'ment parents.” au'to graph “ The taste for collecting automod'ern graphs is not confined to modern
times." con fes'sion
“ Confession is cheap, but reforma
tion is often costly." bi'ped
Plato defined man as a featherless biped.
Av., Ave., Avenue. Ps., Psalms.
U.S. N., United States Navy. M.C., Member of viz., namely.
PREFIXES AND THEIR MEANINGS
} against or opposite.
a, ab, abs = from, away. ad (ac, af, al, an, ap, ar, as, at) = to. an te (ant), fore, pre = before. con (co, cog, col, com) = with, together. con tra (con tro, coun ter), an ti = ob (obs, oc, of, op) dis (di, dif) = asunder, apart, opposite of. in (ig, il, ir, im) = not, in, into, on. en (em, el) = in, into, on, to make. sub (suc, suf, sug, sur, sus, sup) = under, after. bi (bis) dis (di) = two, twice. per (par, pel)= through, thoroughly. inter (intel) = between, among. a= at, to, in, on. su per, sur, hy per, ex tra, pre ter = over, beyond. in tra, in tro = in, into, within. pro (pol, pur) = for, forth, forward. ex (e, yc, ef) = out, out of. sub ter, un der = under, beneath. be ne = well.
cir cum = around. post, af ter = after.
non, n= not. de = down, from, out. re = back, again. un, in, dis = not.
se = apart, aside. trans = over.
to at, on. mis = wrongly.
hem i, sem i= half. tri= three.
arch = chief.
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