10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «CRINIGEROUS»
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A Voyage to Madagascar and the East Indies
The productions of a vulcano are infinitely variegated. There
hasssbeectngathered, at a considerable distance from thevulcauo, vfilaments of
glass, extremely fine and perfectly b 2 . uss crinigerous. crinigerous. This fpccies
of lava is not very ...
Alexis Rochon, Mathieu Ismaël Brunel, 1793
New Zealand: Being a Narrative of Travels and Adventures ...
Nitu- rehu's gout for red hair may be said to lend a colour to his actions ; but those
natives, whose locks bear any resemblance to a vegetable red, invariably, on
mentioning this deity, deny it, admitting" their crinigerous covering is not ...
A Critical Pronouncing Dictionary and Expositor of the ...
... krlmp. a. crisp, brittle Crimple, krlm'pl. v. a. to contract, curl Crimson, krim'zn. a.
deep red colour Crincum, krlngk'ilni.s. acramp,wbimsey Cringe, krinje. s. bow,
servile civility— v. n. to bow, fawn, flatter Crinigerous, kri-nld'jé-rhs. a. hairy
An Analytical Dictionary of the English Language in which ...
Crude 339 Crinels 383 To Crumble ccxvii Crinets ib. Crumbs ib. Crinigerous 219
To Crumple ib. Crinite ib. Crup 296 Crinkle ccxvii Crnpper ib. Crinose 219 Cry
368 Crinosity ib. Cryptogamia 254 Cripple ccxvii Cryptogamous ib. To Cripple ib.
David BOOTH (Author of the Analytical Dictionary.), 1835
Critical Pronouncing Dictionary, and Expositor of the ...
... kri'm'/.n r. a. to dye with crimson Cringe, krinje s. bow, servile civility Cringe,
krinje u. n. to bow, to pay court, to flatter Crinigerous, krl-nld'jej-ras a. overgrown
with hair Crinose, krl-n6se' a. hairy, full of hair Cripple, krlp'pl .«. a lame man
John Walker, Thomas Smith, 1850
... occupied by the maculee, that when they were seated on the pilous portion of
the pudendic integuments, the hirsuteness was metamorphosed into pubescence
—a short, white down succeeding the usual crinigerous appearance of the parts.
Louisiana State Medical Society, 1859
An English-Welsh Pronouncing Dictionary
... cryohu crimpio Crimson, krim zn n, coch Ат, rphor Стыдней, ы'пвма a, gwn
Метя, alltlaes, â wallt neu Нет hir Crincum kring um n, chwim , creEyn Cringe, 'nj
m', cyuíïoni, ша dmthio: n, truthblygiad, pwuseiddfoes Crinigerous, krïmiïunus, ...
The Anti-teapot Review: A Magazine of Politics, Literature ...
Having noticed the crinigerous grievances of men, we must now say a word for
the ladies; and we beg to state most emphatically it is from no want of true
politeness that we have not mentioned them first. Some years ago, nearly all
ladies on ...
A dictionary of the English language, greatly improved
... v. to bow; fawn—n. bow; servile Crinigerous, cr'i-nig'é-rus, a. hairy Crinkle,
cring'kle, v. to run in flexures Cripple, crip'ple, n. a lame man—0. to make lame
Crisis, cri'sis, n. a critical time or turn Crisp, crisp, a. curled ; brittle; winding—v. to
George FULTON (and KNIGHT (George)), 1833
A Complete Dictionary of the English Language, Both with ...
A cramp, To whimsy. A cant word. CRlNGE, krlnj'e. s. Bow, servile civility, To
CRIN GE, krlnj'e. v. a. To draw together, to contract. Little used. To CRLNGE, krlnj'
e. v. n. To bow, to pay court, to sawn, to flatter. CRINIGEROUS,ktl-nldzhLe-rht,a.