10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «GIBBOUSNESS»
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A question of the water and of the land
And besides this most powerful demonstration, it can be shown probably f that
the water has not a gibbousness outside its regular circumference ; because that
which can be done in one way it is better it should be done in one way than in ...
The imperial encyclopaedic dictionary: a new and exhaustive ...
... exist. ph=f. gig-saw, «. A thin saw to which a rapid vertical. gibbousness. frlbe (l
), «gybe, •Jibs, v. i. &t. [Of ingin: cf. Iccl.geipa=to talk nonsense: geip=non- Sw.
dial g»pa=to gape, to talk foolishly. gib bo&s-ness, •. [Eng. gibbous; -nest.] ...
American encyclopedic dictionary
gibbousness. Klb -bous-ngss, *. [Eng. gibbous; -ness.] The quality or stato of
being gibbous ; gibbosity. glbbg ite, s. [Named after Colonel George Gibbs, the
original owner of the mineralogical cabinet in Yale College.] Jhfin.; A i) ex agonal
Robert Hunter, John Alfred Williams, Sidney John Hervon Herrtage, 1897
Dante: beyond the Commedia
of the water rises up, and so let the gibbousness of the water be at H, the
gibbousness of the land at G; then let a line be drawn from D to H, and a line from
D to F. It is manifest that the line which is from D to H is longer than that from D to
F; and ...
Charles Hamilton Bromby, Anne Paolucci, Dante Alighieri, 2004
A Dictionary of English Synonymes and Synonymous: Or ...
Convexity, protuberance, prominence, swelling, gibbousness. Gibbons, a. I.
Convex, protuberant, swelling, rounded. 2. Humped, hunched, hump-backed,
crook- backed. Gibbousness, «. See GIBBOSITY. Gibe, v. n. Sneer, scoff, jeer,
fleer, flout ...
Richard Soule, George Holmes Howison, 1891
An English and Telugu Dictionary Explaining the English ...
With the Pronunciation of English Words Charles Philip Brown M. Venkata
Ratnam. 523 526. GIBBOUSNESS GILT Gibbousness, n. SfrVSsS^-Sr'S^o'aba.
Gibcat, gib'cat.', n. abjTSS&C, TTtfjOS&iD. (frSSe&oTSo»!5iSo4jo OSd-^8^4 6>0.
Charles Philip Brown, M. Venkata Ratnam, 1895
Eight Sermons Preach'd at the Honourable Robert Boyle's ...
But then again, because of the distance, the convexity and gibbOusness would
vanish away; he would only see below him a great circular Flat, as- level to his
thinking as the face of the Moon. 'Are there then such ravishing Charms in a dull ...
Eight Sermons, Preached at the Hon. Robert Boyle's Lecture, ...
But then again, because ofthe distance, the convexity and gibbousness would
vanish away; he would only see below him a great circular flat, as level, to his
thinking, as the face of the moon. Are there then such ravishing charms in a dull ...
A complete dictionary of the English language: both with ...
GIBBOUSNESS, gib'-bus-nls. f. Convexity, prominence. GIBCAT, gib'-kat'. f. An
old worn- out cat. To GIBE, jl'be. v.n. To sneer, to join censoriousness with
contempt. To GIBE, jl'be. v.a. To scoft", to ridicule, to treat with scorn, to sneer, to
The Standard Pronouncing Dictionary of the French and ...
Gibbousness, s. ç]b bùt-nis, bosse, convexité, eminence, f. Gibcat, в. gib'kät,
vieux chat, m. Gibe, im lardon, m.; raillerie, f. — , va. railler, se rire de, se moquer
de. Giber, e.jlb'èr, railleur, gausseur, m. Glbingly, adv. jîbHmg-lfi, d'un air railleur.
Alexander Spiers, Gabriel Surenne, 1890