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Evaluating Empire and Confronting Colonialism in ...
Calling upon the members of the Irish Parliament to “save our constitution from
being finally swallowed up by this voraginous gulph of Hibernian dependence”
by closing their purses, eschewing their longtime subordination to the dictates of
Mistress of the Sun: A Novel
... by nature, he'd written that her “affective sensibility tended to overheat,”
concluding with the warning that her mild manner veiled a voraginous passion.
Petite had yet to discover what voraginous meant, but because of a line in the
The Works of the British Poets, Collated with the Best Editions
And, 1o! his secret seat, Where never sun-beam glimmer'd, deep amidst A
cavern's jaws voraginous and vast, The stormy Genius of the deep forsakes, And
o'er the waves, that roar beneath his frown, Ascending baleful, bids the tempest ...
Impel me not, I supplicate, to the abyss of desperation; emancipate me from the
tortuosities of agonizing dubitation; nor drive me, O cogitation pus-eminently
terrific, to seek 0n the ramification of a tree, \ or in the voraginous ...
The Works of the English Poets from Chaucer to Cowper: ...
A cavern's jaws voraginous and vast, The stormy genius of the deep forsakcs:
And o'er the waves, that roar beneath his frown, Ascending baleful, bids the
tempest spread, Turbid and terrible with hail and rain, lts blackcst pinion, pour its
Alexander Chalmers, Samuel Johnson, 1810
An English-Welsh pronouncing dictionary: with an analysis of ...
... mewn modd gwancus Voraciousness, fo-rë'-shys-nes, l s. aine, Voracity, fo-ras'
-i-fi, J bar- iaeth, bwytëigrwydd, gwancrwydd, ar- ysgwlf,gnytha«d,gwaucuerwydd
,gwanc, gnwth; rhanc, rhaib [iol, golffus Voraginous, fo-raj'-i-nys, a. môrgeinc- ...
... agonizing dubitation; nor drive me, O cogitation pre-emincntly terrific, to seek
on the ramification of a tree, or in the voraginous profundity of a stream, the
privation of my vitality.' Vol. ii. p. 25. This is so injudicious and absurd, as to lose
all its ...
William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, 1809
Dictionary of English Language Exhibiting Orthography, ...
Voraginous, -raj'-In-us, -ra'-je— S., a. 82. Full Vortex, vor'-teks, s. (pi., vor'tices, -te-
sex.) 26, 40. Any thing whirling round a centre; an eddy or whirlpool ; a whirlwind
; a col- lec. of material particles, forming a fluid or ether, endowed with a rapid ...
Arnold James Cooley, 1861
An Etymological Dictionary of the English Language on a Plan ...
Vulcan, the god of fire. tulca'no, n. vnl'canjst, n. volcan'ic, a. jj\vol'canite, n. *
Vermivorous, eating worms. t Voracious, greedy for eating, ravenous, very hungry
; rapacious, eager to devour; ready to swallow up. t Voraginous, full of gulfs.
John Oswald, John Miller Keagy, 1844
A dictionary of the English language
Voraginous (-raj'in-us), a. full of gulfs. Vor'tex, [L. J s. any thing whirled round ; a
whirlpool; a whirlwind — The Latin plural is Vortices and the English Vortexes.
Vor'ticaL a. having a whirling motion. Vo'taress, $. a female votary. Votary, x. one
Robert Joseph Sullivan, 1869