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ID Word Definition

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acclaim
[.] ACCLA'IM v.t. [L acclamo, ad and clamo, to cry out. See Claim, Clamor.] To applaud. [Little used.

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claim
[.] CLAIM, v.t. [.] 1. To call for; to ask or seek to obtain, by virtue of authority, right or supposed right; to challenge as a right; to demand as due; as, to claim a debt; to claim obedience, or respect. [.] 2. To assert, or maintain as a right; as, he claims to ...

10168

claimable
[.] CLAIMABLE, a. That may be demanded as due.

10169

claimant
[.] CLAIMANT, n. [.] 1. A person who claims; one who demands any thing as his right. [.] 2. A person who has a right to claim, or demand.

10170

claimed
[.] CLAIMED, pp. Demanded as due; challenged as a right; asserted; maintained.

10171

claimer
[.] CLAIMER, n. A claimant; one who demands as due.

10172

claiming
[.] CLAIMING, ppr. Demanding as due; challenging as a right; asserting; maintaining; having a right to demand.

14561

declaim
[.] DECLA'IM, v.i. [L. to cry out.]

14562

declaimant
[.] DECLA'IMANT or DECLA'IMER, n.

14563

declaiming
[.] DECLA'IMING, ppr. Speaking rhetorically; haranguing. [.] DECLA'IMING, n. A harangue. [.] DECLAMA'TION, n.

16346

disclaim
[.] DISCLAIM, v.t. [dis and claim.] [.] 1. To disown; to disavow; to deny the possession of; to reject as not belonging to ones self. A man disclaims all knowledge of a particular transaction; he disclaims every pretension to eloquence; he disclaims nay right to interfere ...

16347

disclaimation
[.] DISCLAIMATION, n. The act of disclaiming; a disavowing. [Not used.]

16348

disclaimed
[.] DISCLAIMED, pp. Disowned; disavowed; rejected; denied.

16349

disclaimer
[.] DISCLAIMER, n. [.] 1. A person who disclaims, disowns or renounces. [.] 2. In law, an express or implied denial by a tenant that he holds an estate of his lord; a denial of tenure, by plea or otherwise. [.]

16350

disclaiming
[.] DISCLAIMING, ppr. Disowning; disavowing; denying; renouncing.

20441

exclaim
[.] EXCLA'IM, v.i. [L. exclamo; ex and clamo, to cry out. See Claim, Clamor.] [.] 1. To utter the voice with vehemence; to cry out; to make a loud outcry in words; as, to exclaim against oppression; to exclaim with wonder or astonishment; to exclaim with joy. [.] 2. ...

20442

exclaimer
[.] EXCLA'IMER, n. One who cries out with vehemence; one who speaks with heat, passion or much noise; as an exclaimer against tyranny.

20443

exclaiming
[.] EXCLA'IMING, ppr. Crying out; vociferating; speaking with heat or passion.

31008

irreclaimable
[.] IRRECLA'IMABLE, a. [in and reclaimable.] [.] 1. Not to be reclaimed; that cannot be recalled from error or vice; that cannot be brought to reform. [.] 2. That cannot be tamed.

31009

irreclaimably
[.] IRRECLA'IMABLY, adv. So as not to admit of reformation.

35365

misclaim
[.] MISCLA'IM, n. A mistaken claim or demand.

37263

non-claim
[.] NON-CLAIM, n. A failure to make claim within the time limited by law; omission of claim.

42972

proclaim
[.] PROCLA'IM, v.t. [L. proclamo; pro and clamo, to cry out. See Claim.] [.] 1. To promulgate; to announce; to publish; as, to proclaim a fast; to proclaim a feast. Lev.23. 1 Kings 21. [.] [.] He hath sent me to proclaim liberty to the captives. Is.61. [.] 2. ...

42973

proclaimed
[.] PROCLA'IMED, pp. Published officially; promulgated; made publicly known.

42974

proclaimer
[.] PROCLA'IMER, n. One who publishes by authority; one that announces or makes publicly known.

42975

proclaiming
[.] PROCLA'IMING, ppr. Publishing officially; denouncing; promulgating; making publicly known.

44326

quitclaim
[.] QUIT'CLAIM, v.t. [quit and claim.] To release a claim by deed without covenants of warranty; to convey to another who hath some right in lands or tenements, all one's right, title and interest in the estate, by relinquishing all claim to them. The words used in the ...

44327

quitclaimed
[.] QUIT'CLAIMED, pp. Released by deed.

44328

quitclaiming
[.] QUIT'CLAIMING. pp. Conveying by deed of release.

45052

reclaim
[.] RECLA'IM, v.t. [L. reclama. re and clamo, to call. See Claim.] [.] 1. To claim back; to demand to have returned. The vender may reclaim the goods. [.] 2. To call back from error, wandering or transgression, to the observance of moral rectitude; to reform; ...

45053

reclaimable
[.] RECLA'IMABLE, a. That may be reclaimed, reformed or tamed.

45054

reclaimant
[.] RECLA'IMANT, n. One that opposes, contradicts or remonstrates against.

45055

reclaimed
[.] RECLA'IMED, pp. Recalled from a vicious life; reformed; tamed; domesticated; recovered.

45056

reclaiming
[.] RECLA'IMING, ppr. Recalling to a regular course of life; reforming; recovering; taking; demanding.

57581

unclaimed
[.] UNCLA'IMED, a. Not claimed; not demanded; not called for; as unclaimed dividends of a bank.

59209

unproclaimed
[.] UNPROCLA'IMED, a. Not proclaimed; not notified by public declaration.

59313

unreclaimable
[.] UNRECLA'IMABLE, a. That cannot be reclaimed, reformed or domesticated.

59314

unreclaimed
[.] UNRECLA'IMED. a. [.] 1. Not reclaimed; not brought to a domestic state; not tamed; as a wild beast unreclaimed. [.] 2. Not reformed; not called back from vice to virtue.

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IMPORT'ANCE, n.

1. Weight; consequence; a bearing on some interest; that quality of any thing by which it may affect a measure, interest or result. The education of youth is of great importance to a free government. A religious education is of infinite importance to every human being.

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