10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «IMPROVABLY»
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An Attempt to Render the Pronunciation of the English ...
... 24 I impotency, 218 impositently, 218 impracticable, 229 imprecation, 244
imprecatory, 26: impress, i 5 7 impression, 195 improbability, 291 improperly, 227
impropriation, 279 impropriety, 276 improvableness, 225 improvably, 22 5
An English and Chinese standard dictionary: A-L
1. That may be used to advantage, lT$Kfta pT H4J#J, "SISaiHi; 2. Advantageous,
jflj/fj Innrovab eness, (Im-proov'-i-bl-nes) n. The state of being improvable, "gj^fclfj
. Improvably. (im-proov'-i-ble) arf». In a ma iner that admits of improvement.
The Rhyming Dictionary of the English Language: In which the ...
words in " Johnson's Dictionary," we find the a so often omitted as to make it very
doubtful whether these words are an exception to the general rule or not, for thus
they stand — Improeable Iiwprovciblemss Improvably Approvable The ...
John Walker, John Longmuir, 1902
An Etymological Dictionary of the English Language
Der. improvable, improvably, improvableness, improvingly, improvement, Bacon,
Essay34, OfRiches. IMPROVIDENT, not provident. (L.) In Shak. 1Hen. VI,ii.1. 58.
From Im (4) and Provident; see Provide. Der. improvidently, improvidence.
The Electrician Electrical Trades Directory and Handbook
London Imbcrico London Immtach Hampton Impact London Impcl London
Imperial Continental London Imperwwablc London Impervi-ous Birmingham
Important London Improvably London Iiiacceesua London Carruthers (J. H.) 3;
The Ladies' Lexicon and Parlour Companion: Containing Nearly ...
IMPROPER. adj. Not well adaptel , unqualified. adv. improperly : &. impropriely,
pi. improprieties. IMPROVABLE. adj. Capable of improvement. s. improbabilily:
adf. improvably. IMPROVE. v. To advance nearer to perfection. pr. par. improving,
A practical grammar of English pronunciation: on plain and ...
Proveable, improveable, reproveable, unimproveable, un-. improveableness,
moveable, moveably, moveableness, unre- moveable, unremoveably. ,„ In the
following, it is omitted. Re provable, improvable, improvableness, improvably, ap-
Benjamin Humphrey Smart, 1810
The Phonographic Dictionary: Containing the Reporting ...
... Impressment Imprimis Imprint Imprison Imprisoned Imprisonment Improbability
Improbable-y Impromptu Improper Improperly Impropriety Improvability [
lmprovable Im provableness Improvably Improve Improvement Improvidence
Benn Pitman, Jerome Bird Howard, 1890
... Unimproveableness Proveable Irreproveable Unreproveable JJnimproveable f
Reprovable Improvable Improvablenesa Improvably Approvable Approvance
Moveable Moveably ( Eemovdble Moveableness - < Irremovable Unrenwveable
John Walker, John Longmuir, 1865
A Dictionary of the English and Russian Languages:
Улучшимо, ad. improvably. YAy'iuii/imocri., improvability. Yayauiiazvibii'a, a.
improvable. Yabiöa'nie, n. smiling. ' Улыбёться, 57, ynbiöi-iy'rbcfi, as, r. to smile,
to gire a smile. YJliÃiÖKa, a smile. YJLis'iôlii/ißbii'f'ißsmiling, Smirking. Ynhpr'ma
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