10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «OSCITANT»
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Vocabulary at the Center
oscitant: yawning (from drowsiness); inattentive; negligent • Comes from Latin os
meaning mouth citare meaning to move • Have you ever seen students whom
you could describe as oscitant? • Where were you the last time you were oscitant
Vocabulary at the Core: Teaching the Common Core Standards
0 oscitant: yawning (from drowsiness); inattentive; negligent Comes from Latin I
05 meaning mouth I citare meaning to move Have you ever seen students whom
you could describe as oscitant? Where were you the last time you were oscitant?
Amy Benjamin, John T. Crow, 2012
The New Rules of Measurement: What Every Psychologist and ...
Perhapshalfof high school seniorsknow the definitionofthe word somnolent,
andprobably not one college graduatein a hundred knows the definitionof
oscitant. Ifone thinks ofa continuumof vocabulary knowledge, eachof thesethree
Susan E. Embretson, Scott L. Hershberger, 1999
John Milton Prose: Major Writings on Liberty, Politics, ...
m. connivent: dormant. m. oscitant: sluggish. m. Leviticus. 6:13. m Milton refers to
Andre Rivet(us), Theologicae et Scholasficae Exercifationes (Leyden, 1633). l
Jacobus Arminius (1560-1609) developed a critique of Calvinist predestination; ...
David Loewenstein, John Milton, 2012
Totius Latinitatis Lexicon
2 1. Iidemque fulgura atque oscina pian to. Sed legitur obsrita.] OSCITABUNDUS
, a, um, in oscttaut mood, oscitant, sœpe oscitaus. Sidon. 1. 2. ep. 2. Discipulis
cxponere osci- tabundus ordiris : Samia mihi mater fuit. Legitur etiam in iemmate
Egidio Forcellini, Bailey, 1828
Roget's Thesaurus of Words for Intellectuals: Synonyms, ...
You burn into work. It is as though gravity were removed and you walked lightly to
the moon like an angel.” —Brenda Ueland, American author oscitant (OS-ih-tuhnt
). Drowsy, inattentive; dull. Before 10:00 A.M., any lecture hall on any campus ...
David Olsen, Michelle Bevilacqua, 2011
The posthumous works of ... John Howe, ed. by J. Hunt
Let not our minds waver and hover, in reference hereunto, as if this were a
doubtful matter, as if possibly, it might he otherwise, as if either he were ignorant
or oscitant, and unconcerned about the affairs of his creature, as if any thing
John Howe, John Hunt, 1832
Labors of Innocence in Early Modern England
... and these are not to be discovered by the perfunctory looks of Oscitant or
Unskilful Beholders; but Require, as well, as Deserve, the most attentive and
prying Inspection of inquisitive and well-instructed Considerers.62 The oscitant
Sloth: A Dictionary for the Lazy
A Dictionary for the Lazy Adams Media. Procrastination isn't the problem, it's the
solution. So procrastinate now, don't put it off. —Ellen DeGeneres oscitant
oscitant (OS-ih-tuhnt) adjective: Drowsy; lazy or uninteresting. otiose (OH-shee-
Development of the sleep EEG through the first year post-term During the period
of transition from wakefulness to sleep —~ which Kellaway has termed the '
hypnagogic' state and more recently the 'oscitant' state — there is a gradual
Williamina A. Himwich, D Lansing Taylor, Harold Edwin Himwich, 1964