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atmosphere envious gracious giraffe fuchsia
distil deceit plague mutual borough
“O, many a shaft at random sent arch'er
Finds mark the archer little meant. max'im The maxims of antiquity contain the an tiq'ui ty essence of wisdom; the precepts and precept doctrines of religion are the foundadoc'trine tion of right living; the rules of pru'dence prudence preserve us from error and
misfortune; and the laws are the basis mis for'tune of civil society. dis'count Discount is a rebate or an allowance al lowance for the payment of a debt before it is re bate'
due. fic'tion 6. Man is a lover of fiction."
bondage di van' can'did ly o'cher re ci'tal
dis tress' fu'ror
cat'a log scep'ter dec'o ra'tion
oc'cu pan cy
“ Victory belongs to the persevering.” – Napoleon. “One to-day is worth two to-morrows. - Franklin.
Cu ra' re [cu ra'tus] = to care for, heal.
Pon'e re [pos'it us]= to place. se cur'i ty op po'nent
trans pose cur'a tive pos'i tive
de pos'i tor in cura ble op'po si/tion
com'po siltion cure'all ex'po si'tion
“ Perseverance fails nineteen times but succeeds the twentieth." -- Anderson.
“ The storm of contrary wind unfurls in scrip'tion the banner and thereby makes its in
scription more legible.” a bate'
“ Hamilton's death, by making the
duel odious, did more to abate it than o'di ous
any other event in history.” — Lodge. bar'bar ism
“Dueling is a relic of barbarism.” rel'ic
“Candor looks with equal fairness at can'dor both sides of a subject.”. - Webster. et'i quette
“Etiquette regulates our conduct." reg'u late
“ Extend courteous greeting to every cour'te ous
one, whatever be his faith.” — Jacheel.
Cap'e re [cap'tus] (ceiv, cept, ceipt, ceit) = to take,
Vox [voc'is] (voic) = voice. vo'cal voiceless
in ca'pa ble con ceive' cap'ti vate
con cep'tion vo'cal ize re cep'tion
ex cep'tion al re ceiver ca pa'cious
“ Truth lies at the bottom of the well.”-Old Proverb.
“No legacy is so rich as honesty." ex empt' The laws of God exempt no man from ob'li ga'tion the obligation of obedience. sus pect' “Let a man believe that you suspect fi del'i ty
his fidelity, and he will soon verify your ver'i fy as sign' The troublesome task assigned me irksom not only proved irksome but also exvex a'tious tremely vexatious.
" An estate inherited is less valued." in her'it “ Cowards die many times; the valvalliant iant never taste death but once."
“To thine own self be true; and it will follow, as the night the day, thou canst not then be false to any man.
ex tent' in tent' ten'sion
at ten'tive tend'en cy in ten'si ty in ten'sive
con ten'tion ex ten'sion at tendance pre tend'er
fur'ry ma'jor pol'ka
tip'pler me chan'ic
dys pep'si a wizard imli ta'tor neu ral'gi a
ma lakri a
“ The habit of looking at the bright side of things is better than an income of a thousand pounds a year." —Hume.