10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «HABILATORY»
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A Supplementary English Glossary
HABILATORY, having to do with habiliments or garments. A small French hat . .
was set jauntily in the centre of a system of long black curls, which my eye, long
accustomed to penetrate the arcana of habilatory art, discovered at once to be a ...
Thomas Lewis Owen Davies, James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps, 1881
Sartor resartus: a fully annotated edition with an ...
In all his Modes, ' and habilatory endeavours, an Architectural Idea will 1 be
found lurking; his Body and the Cloth are the ' site and materials whereon and
whereby his beautified ' edifice, of a Person, is to be built. Whether he flow '
Thomas Carlyle, Rev. James Wood, 1902
In all man's habilatory endeavors an architectural idea will be found lurking; his
body and the cloth are, the site and material whereon and whereby his beautiful
edifice of a person is to be built.” The conservation of spiritual force renders man
The American Dictionary of the English Language: Based on ...
See Hauberk.] HABILABLE, halail-a-bl, adj. capable of being clothed. "The whole
habitable and habitable globe." — Carlyle.. HABILATORY, ha'bil-a-tor-i, adj.
pertaining or relating to habiliments or clothing. "The arcana of habilatory art.
The Century Dictionary: An Encyclopedic Lexicon of the ...
[Rare.] The whole habitable and habilable globe. Carlyle, Sartor liesart us, i. 6.
habilatory (hab'i-la-to-ri), a. [< F. habiller, clothe (see habiliment), + -at-ory.]
Pertaining or relating to habiliments or clothing. [Rare.] The arcana of habilatory
William Dwight Whitney, 1889
The Century dictionary and cyclopedia: a work of universal ...
[Rare.] The whole habitable and habilable globe. Carlyle, Sartor Resartus, L 5.
habilatory (hab'i-la-to-ri), a- habiller, clothe (see habiliment), '+ -at-ory.] Pertaining
or relating to habiliments or clothing. [Rare. ] The arcana of habilatory art. Buluer
William Dwight Whitney, Benjamin Eli Smith, 1906
Sartor Resartus: The life and opinions of Herr Teufelsdröckh ...
In all his * Modes, and habilatory endeavours, an Architectural Idea will ' be found
lurking ; his Body and the Cloth are the site and ' materials whereon and whereby
his beautified edifice, of a Per- ' son, is to be built. Whether he flow gracefully ...
The French Revolution: The guillotine
Broils and battery ; war without truce or measure ! Hateful is Sanscu- lottism, as
Death and Night. For indeed is not the Dandy culottic, habilatory, by law of
existence ; ' a ' cloth-animal ; one that lives, moves, and has his being ' in cloth ?'
In all his Modes and habilatory endeavours an Architectural Idea will be found
lurking; his Body and the Cloth are the site and materials whereon and whereby
his beautified edifice, of a Person, is to be built. Whether he flow gracefully out in
James Anthony Froude, John Tulloch, 1833
The third group of habilatory influences concerns body-temperature. Man is a "
warm-blooded" (homothermous) animal and his success in living well is
dependent on his maintenance of a fairly uniform temperature. People who have