10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «IRASCIBLENESS»
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Martin's History of France: The Decline of the French Monarchy
... by the eccentricities of bad poetry, and by an ignoble and revolting vice. The
tyrannical selfishness of Frederick, the susceptibility and irascibleness of Voltaire,
and the jealous intrigues of Maupertuis, the President of the Academy, who ...
Mental hygiene; or, An examination of the intellect and ...
It is doubtless through the morbid excitement which they awaken in the mucous,
or inner gastric coat, that stimulating food and drinks will, in some constitutions,
always enkindle an irascibleness of feeling. Thus, the liberal use of wine, ...
A Dictionary of the Welsh Language, Explained in English: ...
Hyzigder, s. m. (hyziif) Irritableness ; irascibleness Hyzigrwyz, j. m. (hyzig)
Irritability, aptness to be angry. Hyzoeth, a. (doeth) Apt to be wise ; easily wise
Hyzoethez, s. m. (hyzaçth) Aptness to be wise. Hyzov, a. (dov) Efcu.y tamed,
The Practice of Contemplation According to John of the Cross
To use John's terminology, this includes the bodily senses (seeing, hearing,
touch, smell, taste), the interior bodily senses (imagination, and fancy), the
faculties of the soul (concupiscence and irascibleness), the desires or affections (
joy, hope, ...
James W. Kinn, James R. Kinn, 2009
The Spelling Dictionary: Or, a Collection of All the Common ...
irreligion is irascibleness irreligious Isaac ire irreligioufl'y lsabElla ireful
irreligiousness _ 'ischury ire'fully A irremEdiable isicleIreland _ irremiffible ising-
glass Iris ' _ irrEparable 1 Isis irk irrEparableness island _ irksom irrEparably
islander "if ...
He frowned both from irascibleness and from the effort of attempting to attach a
name to a voice he found instantly familiar. It was a comfortable, old-shoe of a
voice, one Meade felt certain he had heard over and over again throughout his
Christopher John Mumford, 2000
ElderSpeak: A Thesaurus or Compendium of Words Related to ...
L irascibilis quick to anger < irasci to grow angry < ira anger]. n. irascibility (-bil'-li-
tee). n. irascibleness. adv. irascibly. See emotion. See mentality, mentation,
behavior. irenicist (ir-ren'nə-sist) n. a peace maker; one who promotes a
James L. Reynolds, MD, 2014
A New Universal, Technological, Etymological, and ...
John Craig. IRASCIBILITY— IRIDOSMINE. IRINA— IRON. in conformity with the
usage of other dictionaries, its true pronunciation is er. IRASCIBILITY, e-ras-se-bil
'e-te, > ». (irancor, Lat.) IRASCIBLENESS, e-ras'se-bl-nes,y Irritability of temper.
A Dictionary in English and Bengalee; Translated from Todd's ...
রাগাম্বিতত্. প্তক্রাধিতত্. ৪ক্রখেনঈরতূ. উম্মাস্থি ত I Irasgble, a- Lat. ক্রেযৌ.
ক্রেশ্চষর্শক্টল. ক্রেঘেকাবা. অক্তে <ক্রাধ হর যাহার. হকাপা ত. রস্কর্গক্ট. বাগাল.
ক্রেধেধর্মকে | Irascibleness, n. s. হক্রঘেষেস্থা. হক্রঘের্শক্টলত্ | Ire, n. ৪. Lat- Fr-
Untaught and Unlearned Knowledge: Christianity's Inevitable ...
Therefore, the bearing or disposition of the speaker must be tempered with the
Spirit of God. Repugnant attitudes like irascibleness, crankiness, irritability,
quarrelsomeness, impatience, arrogance or a harsh voice (things known to
contribute to ...
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Divide In Concord Review [Hot Docs 2014]
That irascibleness and perseverance make Jean a compelling character, and I have a feeling that even outside the politics of bottle water, ... «We Got This Covered, Apr 14»
Doc Martin - Series 4
If Doc Martin were to become a happily married man, he might lose his endearing irascibleness and thus become much less interesting a ... «DVD Talk, Jun 10»