10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «INSULSITY»
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The Origins of English Words: A Discursive Dictionary of ...
Attic salt is the refined or poignant wit of Athens, capital of Attica, sometimes
contrasted with Italian vinegar, more biting and insolent comment. The negative
compounds insulse and insulsity were used to mean stupid and stupidity. Milton,
Joseph Twadell Shipley, 2009
The Doctrine and Discipline of Divorce: in Two Books: Also ...
... they could yet give reasons not invalid, to justify the councils of God and fate
from the insulsity of mortal tongues: that man's 'own free will self-corrupted, is the
adequate and suflicient cause of his disobedience besides fate; as Homer also
A Dictionary in English and Bengalee; Translated from Todd's ...
অজ্ঞ | Insulsity, n- ৪ অজ্ঞত্য I Insult, n. s. লমক দেওন, ফেদেন. ব্দুর্নন. অপমান. অমর্যাদো.
অ সস্কুম, অসমান. তিরদ্ধার. যাড়ে চড়ন, অপমান বা অমর্যাক্ষোক রণ বা তৎকার্যা. দলন.
অবজ্ঞাকরণ. তূচ্ছকরণ | To Insult, v. ৪. Lat. অপমান-কৃ, অমর্যাদো-বৃচ, অসৰুম-কৃ, তির স্কার-
The Prose Works of John Milton: With a Biographical Introduction
... which might have kept him from being our true Epimetheus ; and though they
taught of virtue and vice to be both the gift of divine destiny, they could yet give
reasons not invalid, to justify the councils of God and fate from the insulsity of
A Dictionary of English and Bengalee: Tr. from Todd's Ed. of ...
বিষাদ. মুর. অজ্ঞ | Insulsity, n. s অজ্ঞতম্মু | Insult, n. চ. aw দেওন. ব্রকদেন. কদম. অপমান.
অমর্যাক্ষো. অ agar, অসমান. তিরদ্ধারূঘাড়ে চড়ন. অপমান বসা অমর্যাদোক রণ বা
তৎকার্যা. দলন. অবজ্ঞাকরণ. তুচ্ছকরণ | To Insult, v. a. Lat. অপমান-কু. অমর্যাদ্যো-কৃ.
Samuel Johnson, Henry John Todd, Ramcomul Sen, 1834
The London Quarterly and Holborn Review
The following are some of the words alluded to; each found in one or more of the
above authors :—t0rve, tetric, cecity, immunity, insulse, insulsity, splendidious,
pervicacy, lepid, sufllaminate, immorigerous, clancular, ferrity, ustulation, ...
On the English Language: Past and Present
Past and Present Richard Chenevix Trench. LATIN WORDS REJECTED. 59 But,
happily, it was not so ; it was here, as it had been before with the French
importations, and with the earlier Latin of Lydgate and Occleve. The reactive
powers of ...
Richard Chenevix Trench, 1858
The Doctrine and Discipline of Divorce: Restor'd to the Good ...
... they could et reasons-not invalid , to justifie the counsels of G and ate from-the
insulsity of mortall tongues :That mans own-evil] self- corrupted'is the adequat
and sufficient cause of hisrdifohedience beside: Fare; as Ham' also wanted not to
The royal dictionary-cyclopædia, for universal reference, ...
Insulous, in'-su-lus, a. Abounding in small islands. Insulse, in-suls1, a. (Lat.J Dull;
stupid; heavy. — Obsolete. Insulsity, in-sul'-se-te, s. Durness ; stupidity. —
Obsolete. Insult, in'-sult, s. (Lat.J The act of leaping on; — (obsolete in the
Bibliotheca sacra: a theological quarterly
... both, the gift of divine destiny, yet could they give reasons not invalid, to justify
the counsels of God and fate from the insulsity of mortal tongues: that man's own
free will, self-corrupted, is the adequate and sufficient cause of his disobedience
Dallas Theological Seminary and Graduate School of Theology, 1860