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" The point in which the disease kills, or changes to the belter ; the point of time at which any affair comes to the height. "
The English vocabulary; or spelling book, compiled for the use of Ackworth ... - Page 52
by Ackworth sch - 1854
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A Dictionary of the English Language: In which the Words are ..., Volumes 1-2

Samuel Johnson - English language - 1783
...The deciuve moment; the point in which the difeafe kilh, or changes to the better. l> -,:'-•. a. The point of time at which any affair comes to the height. jllaijoi, CRISP, a. [criffus, Latin.] 1. Curled. Bacr*. 2. Indented ; winding. Sbalefprare, 3. Brittle;...
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A Complete Dictionary of the English Language, Both with Regard to ..., Volume 1

Thomas Sheridan - English language - 1790
...Lamenefs. CRISIS, krl'-sls. f. The point in С RO which the di fe a fe kills, or changes to the better ; the point of time at which any affair comes to the height. CRISP, krlfp'. a. Curled ; indented, winding ; brittle, friable. To CRÍSP, krifp'. va To curl, to...
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A critical pronouncing dictionary, and expositor of the English language ...

John Walker - Reference - 1797 - 576 pages
...krip'pl-n6s. f. Lv i :'.. CRISIS, -kri'sis.f. The point in winch thedifeafe kills, orchange. to the better; the point of time at which any affair comes to the height. CRISP, krifp. a. . : Curled ; indented, winding ; brittle, friable. To CRISP, krifp. va To curl, to...
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A dictionary of the English language. Abstracted from the folio ed. by the ...

Samuel Johnson - 1802
...i. The decilive moment ; the point in which the difeafe kills, or changes to thebetter. DryJen. 1. The point of time at which any affair comes to the height. Add-on. CRISP, a. [criffu,, Latin.] 1. Curled. Saint. 2. Indented ; winding. Sbaleff. 3. Brittle ;...
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A Key to the Classical Pronunciation of Greek, Latin, and Scripture Proper ...

John Walker - Bible - 1823 - 103 pages
...ll'I'LENESS^rfp'pl-nes. s. Lamenens. CRjSIS, ki ivis. s. The point in which the disease kilU, or changes to (he better; the point of time at which any affair comes to the height. CRISP, kii-pa Curled; indented, winding; brittle, friable. To CKISP, krisp. va To curl, to contract...
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A Dictionary of the English Language: In which the Words are Deduced from ...

Samuel Johnson - English language - 1824 - 832 pages
...Diet. CRI'SIS. *. i. \fpiffK.} The point in which the disease kills, or changes to the better. Dryden. The point of time at which any affair comes to the height. Dryden. CRISP, a. [ciHfPi Sax.] Curled. Bacon. Indented ; winding. Sluikyearc. Brittle ; friable. Bacon,...
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A Critical Pronouncing Dictionary: And Expositor of the English Language...

John Walker - 1834
...krip-pl-nes, 3. Lameness. CRISIS, krUsis, ». The point in which the disease kills, or changes to the belter ; the point of time at which any affair comes to the height. CRISP, krfsp, adj. Curled; indented, winding . brittle, friable. To CRISP, krisp, va To curl, to contract...
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A Dictionary: English and Burmese

Charles Lane - Burmese language - 1841 - 468 pages
...to the better, ger, CRO Crook, v. to bend into a hook, c93cxScoDooopS to pervert from recCrisis, *. the point of time at which any affair comes to the height, Crisp, a. curled, c8<Scooo indented, 9303 rittle, friable, aoo5coooii coqcgoSooo5cooo Criterion, *....
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An Explanatory and Phonographic Pronouncing Dictionary of the English ...

William Bolles - English language - 1845 - 944 pages
...limb* ; disabling. CRISIS, kri-s!s, TI. The point in which the disease kills or changes to the better. The point of time at which any affair comes to the height CRISP, krlsp', o. Curled; indented; winding. Brittle; friable ; short. [twist; to indent CRISP, kr!«p',...
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A Dictionary of English Synonymes ...

John Platts - English language - 1845 - 300 pages
...imposters pretend to diriiu:. CONJUNCTURE, [conjunctio, L.] a combination of causes. CRISIS, [krisis, Gr.] the point of time at which any affair comes to the height. A favorable conjuncture ; an alarming irims. CONNECT, [connecto, LI to knit or link together. COMBINE,...
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