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abduct

abduct
(v. t.) To take away surreptitiously by force; to carry away (a human being) wrongfully and usually by violence; to kidnap.
(v. t.) To draw away, as a limb or other part, from its ordinary position.

abrupt

abrupt
(a.) Broken off; very steep, or craggy, as rocks, precipices, banks; precipitous; steep; as, abrupt places.
(a.) Without notice to prepare the mind for the event; sudden; hasty; unceremonious.
(a.) Having sudden transitions from one subject to another; unconnected.
(a.) Suddenly terminating, as if cut off.
(n.) An abrupt place.
(v. t.) To tear off or asunder.

acquit

acquit
(p. p.) Acquitted; set free; rid of.
(v. t.) To discharge, as a claim or debt; to clear off; to pay off; to requite.
(v. t.) To pay for; to atone for.
(v. t.) To set free, release or discharge from an obligation, duty, liability, burden, or from an accusation or charge; -- now followed by of before the charge, formerly by from; as, the jury acquitted the prisoner; we acquit a man of evil intentions.
(v. t.) To clear one's self.
(v. t.) To bear or conduct one's self; to perform one's part; as, the soldier acquitted himself well in battle; the orator acquitted himself very poorly.

adaunt

adaunt
(v. t.) To daunt; to subdue; to mitigate.

adduct

adduct
(v. t.) To draw towards a common center or a middle line.

adjust

adjust
(v. t.) To make exact; to fit; to make correspondent or conformable; to bring into proper relations; as, to adjust a garment to the body, or things to a standard.
(v. t.) To put in order; to regulate, or reduce to system.
(v. t.) To settle or bring to a satisfactory state, so that parties are agreed in the result; as, to adjust accounts; the differences are adjusted.
(v. t.) To bring to a true relative position, as the parts of an instrument; to regulate for use; as, to adjust a telescope or microscope.

amount

amount
(n.) To go up; to ascend.
(n.) To rise or reach by an accumulation of particular sums or quantities; to come (to) in the aggregate or whole; -- with to or unto.
(n.) To rise, reach, or extend in effect, substance, or influence; to be equivalent; to come practically (to); as, the testimony amounts to very little.
(n.) The sum total of two or more sums or quantities; the aggregate; the whole quantity; a totality; as, the amount of 7 and 9 is 16; the amount of a bill; the amount of this year's revenue.
(n.) The effect, substance, value, significance, or result; the sum; as, the amount of the testimony is this.
(v. t.) To signify; to amount to.

angust

angust
(a.) Narrow; strait.

asquat

asquat
(adv. & a.) Squatting.

ataunt

ataunt
(adv.) Alt. of Ataunto

august

august
(a.) Of a quality inspiring mingled admiration and reverence; having an aspect of solemn dignity or grandeur; sublime; majestic; having exalted birth, character, state, or authority.
(a.) The eighth month of the year, containing thirty-one days.

avaunt

avaunt
(interj.) Begone; depart; -- a word of contempt or abhorrence, equivalent to the phrase "Get thee gone."
(n.) A vaunt; to boast.
(v. t. & i.) To advance; to move forward; to elevate.
(v. t. & i.) To depart; to move away.
(v. t. & i.) To vaunt; to boast.

baguet

baguet
(n.) Alt. of Baguette

coquet

coquet
(v. i.) To trifle in love; to stimulate affection or interest; to play the coquette; to deal playfully instead of seriously; to play (with); as, we have coquetted with political crime.
(v. t.) To attempt to attract the notice, admiration, or love of; to treat with a show of tenderness or regard, with a view to deceive and disappoint.

decurt

decurt
(v. t.) To cut short; to curtail.

deduct

deduct
(v. t.) To lead forth or out.
(v. t.) To take away, separate, or remove, in numbering, estimating, or calculating; to subtract; -- often with from or out of.
(v. t.) To reduce; to diminish.

exeunt

exeunt
They go out, or retire from the scene; as, exeunt all except Hamlet. See 1st Exit.
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