New National Fourth Reader eBook

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DEFINITIONS

OF NEW WORDS USED IN THIS BOOK, THAT DO NOT APPEAR
AT THE HEADS OF THE LESSONS.

A

a board’, on board of. ac cept’, take; receive. ac’ci dents, effects; unusual results. ac cord’ing ly, agreeably to a plan. ac count’, statement of facts; bill. ad mit’tance, permission to enter; entrance. ad vice’, opinion worthy to be followed; counsel. af ford’, give; produce. a’gen cy, office of an agent; action. aid, help; assistance. al to geth’er, with united action;
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a mid’, in the midst of; surrounded by. anxi’ e ty (ang zi’e ty), concern respecting some future event. ap plause’, praise. ap ply’, suit; agree. arch’es, places made of stone, brick, etc. art, skill. a shamed’, affected by a feeling of shame. as sist’ing, helping; aiding. as sure’, tell truly; make sure or certain. at tempt’, try; make an effort. at ten’tion, care; notice. av’e nues, broad streets; openings. a wait’ed, waited for. a ware’, informed. awk’ward, clumsy; ungraceful. ay, yes.

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bade, said. ban’dit, robber. ban’ner, flag. base, lower part. bid’ding, command; order. bil’lows, large waves. bon’ny, handsome; beautiful. bor’row, to receive from another with the intention of returning. bore, carried. bor’ders, edges; outer parts. braced, took a firm stand. braid’ed, woven or twined together brick, a body made of clay and water and hardened by fire. bri’er, a prickly plant or shrub. brig, a vessel with two masts, square-rigged. brill’iant, splendid; shining. brim’ming, full; nearly overflowing. bris’tling, standing erect. bul’let, small ball of lead. bur’den, that which is carried. but’ter fly, a winged insect of many colors.

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