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ID Word Definition

1404

ague
[.] A'GUE, n. a'gu, [.] 1. The cold fit which precedes a fever, or a paroxysm of fever in intermittents. It is accompanied with shivering. [.] 2. Chilliness; a chill, or state of shaking with cold, though in health. [.] 3. It is used for a periodical fever, an ...

1405

ague-cake
[.] A'GUE-CAKE, n. a hard tumor on the left side of the belly, lower than the false ribs; supposed to be the effect of intermitting fevers.

1406

ague-fit
[.] A'GUE-FIT, n. A paroxysm of cold, or shivering; chilliness.

1407

ague-proof
[.] A'GUE-PROOF, n. Able to resist agues; proof against agues.

1408

ague-spell
[.] A'GUE-SPELL, n. A charm or spell to cure or prevent ague.

1409

ague-struck
[.] A'GUE-STRUCK, a. Struck with ague.

1410

ague-tree
[.] A'GUE-TREE, n. A name sometimes applied to sassafras, on account of its febrifuge qualities.

1411

agued
[.] A'GUED, a. Chilly; having a fit of ague; shivering with cold or fear.

1412

aguerry
[.] AGUER'RY, v.t. To inure to the hardships of war; to instruct in the art of war. [Not in use.]

4787

baguet
[.] BAGUET', n. In architecture, a little round molding, less than an astragal, sometimes carved and enriched.

5644

beleaguer
[.] BELE'AGUER, v.t. belee'ger. To besiege; to block up; to surround with an army, so as to preclude escape.

5645

beleaguered
[.] BELE'AGUERED, pp. Besieged.

5646

beleaguerer
[.] BELE'AGUERER, n. One who besieges.

10922

colleague
[.] COLLEAGUE, n. A partner or associate in the same office, employment or commission, civil or ecclesiastical. [.] [.] It is never used of partners in trade or manufactures. [.] COLLEAGUE, v.t. To unite with in the same office.

10923

colleagued
[.] COLLEAGUED, pp. United as an associate in the same office.

10924

colleagueship
[.] COLLEAGUESHIP, n. Partnership in office.

21518

feague
[.] FEAGUE, v.t. feeg. To beat or whip. [Not in use.]

25656

haguebut
[.] HAGUEBUT. [See Arquebuse.]

32426

league
[.] LEAGUE, n. leeg. [L. ligo, to bind.] [.] 1. An alliance or confederacy between princes or states for their mutual aid or defense; a national contract or compact. A league may be offensive or defensive, or both. It is offensive, when the contracting parties agree ...

32427

leagued
[.] LE'AGUED, pp. lee'ged. United in mutual compact; confederated.

32428

leaguer
[.] LE'AGUER, n. lee'ger. One who unites in a league; a confederate. [.] LE'AGUER, n. [.] Siege; investment of a town or fort by an army. [Little used.]

33816

maguey
[.] MAG'UEY, a. A species of aloe in Mexico, which furnished the natives with timber for their buildings. Its leaves were used for covering the roofs of their houses,and for paper, clothing and cordage. [.] The maguey is a species of the Genus Agave, and is now cultivated ...

41205

plague
[.] PLAGUE, n. plag. [L. plaga, a stroke; Gr. See Lick and Lay. The primary sense is a stroke or striking. So afflict is from the root of flog, and probably of the same family as plague.] [.] 1. Any thing troublesome or vexatious; but in this sense, applied to the ...

41206

plagueful
[.] PLAGUEFUL, a. Abounding with plagues; infected with plagues.

54572

teague
[.] TEAGUE, n. teeg. An Irishman; in contempt.

56230

treague
[.] TREAGUE, n. treeg. A truce.

59132

unplagued
[.] UNPLAGUED, a. Not plagued; not harassed; not tormented.

60259

vague
[.] VAGUE, a. vag. [L. vagus, wandering.] [.] 1. Wandering; vagrant; vagabond; as vague villains. [In this literal sense, not used.] [.] 2. Unsettled; unfixed; undetermined; indefinite. He appears to have very vague ideas of this subject. [.] 3. Proceeding from ...

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