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1245

after-piece
[.] 'AFTER-PIECE, n. A piece performed after a play; a farce or other entertainment.

1978

altar-piece
[.] AL'TAR-PIECE, n. A painting placed over the altar in a church.

3016

apiece
[.] APIE'CE, adv. [a and piece.] [.] To each; noting the share of each; as here is an orange apiece.

4739

backpiece
[.] BACK'PIECE, n.[back and piece.] The piece of armor which covers the back.

4801

bailpiece
[.] BA'ILPIECE, n. A slip of parchment or paper containing a recognizance of bail above or bail to the action.

6249

birding-piece
[.] BIRD'ING-PIECE, n. [bird and piece.] A fowling-piece.

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broad-piece
[.] BROAD-PIECE, n. [broad and piece.] A piece of gold coin broader than a guinea.

9672

chimney-piece
[.] CHIMNEY-PIECE, n. An ornamental piece of wood or stone set round a fire-place.

13627

cross-piece
[.] CROSS-PIECE, n. A rail of timber extending over the windlass of a ship, furnished with pins with which to fasten the rigging, as occasion requires.

21907

field-piece
[.] FIE'LD-PIECE, n. A small cannon which is carried along with armies, and used in the field of battle.

23190

fowlingpiece
[.] FOWL'INGPIECE, n. A light gun for shooting fowls.

23476

frontispiece
[.] FRONT'ISPIECE, n. [L. frontispicium; frons and specio, to view.] [.] 1. In architecture, the principal face of a building; the face that directly presents itself to the eye. [.] 2. An ornamental figure or engraving fronting the first page of a book, or at the ...

26087

hawse-piece
[.] HAWSE-PIECE, n. One of the foremost timbers of a ship.

26121

head-piece
[.] HEAD-PIECE, n. hed'-pece. Armor for the head; a helmet; a morion. [.] 1. Understanding; force of mind. [Not common.]

26366

heel-piece
[.] HEE'L-PIECE, n. Armor for the heels. [.] 1. A piece of leather on the heel of a shoe.

26894

history-piece
[.] HIS'TORY-PIECE, n. A representative of any remarkable event in painting, which exhibits the actors, their actions, and the attending events to the eye, by figures drawn to the life. This species of painting is called historical painting.

34134

mantle-piece
[.] MAN'TLE-PIECE

34380

master-piece
[.] M`ASTER-PIECE, n. A capital performance; any thing done or made with superior or extraordinary skill. [.] [.] This wondrous master-piece I fain would see. [.] 1. Chief excellence or talent. [.] [.] Dissimulation was his master-piece.

35769

modesty-piece
[.] MOD'ESTY-PIECE, n. A narrow lace worn by females over the bosom.

36246

mouthpiece
[.] MOUTH'PIECE, n. The piece of a musical wind instrument to which the mouth is applied.

37074

night-piece
[.] NIGHT-PIECE, n. A piece of painting so colored as to be supposed seen by candle-light.

40922

piece
[.] PIECE, n. [Heb. to cut off or clip.] [.] 1. A fragment or part of any thing separated from the whole, in any manner, by cutting, splitting, breaking or tearing; as, to cut in pieces, break in pieces, tear in pieces, pull in pieces, &c.; a piece of a rock; a piece ...

40923

pieced
[.] PIE'CED, pp. Mended or enlarged by a piece or pieces.

40924

pieceless
[.] PIE'CELESS, a. Not made of pieces; consisting of an entire thing.

40925

piecemeal
[.] PIE'CEMEAL, adv. [.] 1. In pieces; in fragments. [.] [.] On which it piecemeal broke. [.] 2. By pieces; by little and little in succession. [.] [.] Piecemeal they win this acre first, then that. [.] PIE'CEMEAL, a. Single; separate; made of parts or ...

40926

piecemealed
[.] PIE'CEMEALED, a. Divided into small pieces.

40927

piecer
[.] PIE'CER, n. One that pieces; a patcher.

48710

sea-piece
[.] SE'A-PIECE, n. [sea and piece.] A picture representing a scene at sea.

55458

time-piece
[.] TI'ME-PIECE, n. [time and piece.] A clock, watch or other instrument to measure or show the progress of time; a chronometer.

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importance

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.

2. Weight or consequence in the scale of being.

Thy own importance know.

Nor bound thy narrow views to things below.

3. Weight or consequence in self-estimation.

He believes himself a man of importance.

4. Thing implied; matter; subject; importunity. [In these senses, obsolete.]

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arms

'ARMS, n. plu. [L. arma.]

1. Weapons of offense, or armor for defense and protection of the body.

2. War; hostility.

Arms and the man I sing.

To be in arms, to be in a state of hostility, or in a military life.

To arms is a phrase which denotes a taking arms for war or hostility; particularly, a summoning to war.

To take arms, is to arm for attack or defense.

Bred to arms denotes that a person has been educated to the profession of a soldier.

3. The ensigns armorial of a family; consisting of figures and colors borne in shields, banners, &c., as marks of dignity and distinction, and descending from father to son.

4. In law, arms are any thing which a man takes in his hand in anger, to strike or assault another.

5. In botany, one of the seven species of fulcra or props of plants, enumerated by Linne and others. The different species of arms or armor, are prickles, thorns, forks and stings, which seem intended to protect the plants from injury by animals.

Sire arms, are such as may be charged with powder, as cannon, muskets, mortars, &c.

A stand of arms consists of a musket, bayonet, cartridge-box and belt, with a sword. But for common soldiers a sword is not necessary.

In falconry, arms are the legs of a hawk from the thigh to the foot.

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