10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «CONSENESCENCE»
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A Dictionary of the English Language: Intended to Exhibi ... ...
CONSENESCENCE, \ n. [L. consenesco, CONSENES'CENCY, / to grow old.] A
growing old ; decay from age ; as, the consenescence of the world. Roy.
CONSEN'SION, n. [L. consensu). See Consent.} Agreement; accord. [Littleused.}
The Class-book of Etymology: Designed to Promote Precision ...
Con; queer o. Consanguinity. Con; sanguis. Conscience, conscientious,
conscionable, conscious. Con; scio. Conscript. Con; seribo. Consecrate. Con;
sacer. Consectary, consecution. Con; scqunr. Conseminate. Con; semen.
The British Controversialist: And Literary Magazine
... he has moulded them with the richness of our own language, and elaborated
from his mighty intellect a poem which no improvement, however great, in poetic
taste and talent, will ever bring into consenescence; hence the peculiar propriety
A New Universal Etymological, Technological and Pronouncing ...
Consecutively, kon-sek'u-tiv-le, ad. In succession ; following regularly.
Consecutiveness, kon-sek'u-tiv-nes, ». State of being consecutive. Conseminate,
kon-sem'e-nate, v. a. (consemino, Lat.) To sow different seeds together.
John Craig (lexicographer.), 1849
An English-Welsh pronouncing dictionary: with an analysis of ...
... mysghadhâu, cyd-hau amryw fathau o hadan yn gymysgedig Consenescence,
con-si-nes'-sens, ) Conseneseency, con-sï-nes'-sen-sï, J cydheneiddiad,
heneiddiad; methisnt gau henaint [cynghord, cysyniad Consension, con-sen'-
An Etymological Dictionary of the English Language
Consectary, consecution. Con; sequar. Conseminate. Con; semen.
Consenescence. Con; senex. Consension, consent, consentaneous, consentient.
Con; sentio. Consequent, consequential. Con; sequor. Conservant, conservation,
John Oswald, Joseph Thomas, James Lynd, 1853
Critical pronouncing dictionary of the English language: ...
[seeds together. OONSEMINATE, kAn-sem4n-a't, vt. To sow different
CONSEMINATED, k6n-seW!n-4't-ed, pp. Sown together. [different seeds together.
COSESONATING, kAn-seW!n-a't-!ng, pp. Sowing CONSENESCENCE, kAn-se-
A New Critical Pronouncing Dictionary of the English ...
CONSIECTARY, CONSECUTIVE. Consequent. To CON SEMINATE, can-sen'-A-
nltt. v. ... To sow ditferent seeds together. See Co-. CONSENESCENCE=c6n'-se-
nés”-sénce, 59= s. A decay throughout with age. See Co-. CONSENSION. See in
Benjamin Humphrey Smart, John Walker, 1836
The great mass of curiously simple yet most striking structures that girdle the
summit of the rock and form the platform beneath the church, though built at
different times, have joined in one consenescence and now present the
appearance of ...
Three Physico-theological Discourses: Concerning I. The ...
... its daily Consenescence and Decay; which, is it can be proved, will in Process
of time necessarily inferr aDissolution. For as the Apostle saith in another Case,
That which decayeth and waxeth old if ready to vanish away, Heb. viii. I 3 .
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