10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «OSCITANTLY»
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An English-Welsh pronouncing dictionary: with an analysis of ...
... cysglyd, swrth, marwaidd [yn ddiofal Oscitantly, os'-si-taut-li, ad. yn gysglyd,
Oscitate, os'-si-tët, v. n, ystwyrio, ystwyr- ain, dylyfu gën, agor pen gan gysgu
Oscitation, os-si-të'-shyn, s. dylyfiad gën Osculant, os'-ciw-lant, l a. cusanol,
A New Account of East India and Persia...
And since we descend to these busy Tutors of Mankind, who upbraid the slothful
and 'oscitantly idle, let us step through the Monarchy of the Bees, and taste.
theSweets they suck from Nature's ample Storehouse, and see how they return
A Dictionary in English and Bengalee; Translated from Todd's ...
নিদ্রাকর্ষণ. আলস্য. অতিনিদ্রা. অসাববানতা. টিল্যমি. নিশ্চি ন্ততা I Oscitant, a. Lat.
জুম্ভা ত্যগে করে যে. হাঁই“তমগাঁ. it? তোলে যে, হাঁটু ছাড়ে যে. নিদ্যুকৃন্ট. ঘুমরু. অলস .
আলিসা. কুড়ে | Oscitantly, ad. অসাবষ্কানত্যপূবর্বক. আলস্যরপে | Oscitation, n. s. Lat.
Olivia asked me if you were studying ornithology, orismology, or oryctography : to
which I answered, that I had observed you make mistakes in orthoepy and
orthography, and, although you write oscitantly, you are as orthodox as an ...
Elizabeth Missing Sewell, Levina Buoncuore Urbino, 1867
Pope-A drowsy persone-We have shown, that, according to Moses his
Philosophy, the soul is secure both from death, and from sleep after death, which
those drowsy nadders over the letter of the scripture have very oscitantly
A Collection of Several Philosophical Writings of Dr. Henry ...
-Besides this, we have also shown, I'hatj acœraTng to Moses his Philosophy, the
Soul is secure both from death, and from sleep after death 5 which those drowsie
Nodders over the Letter of the Scripture have very oscitantly collected, and ycc ...
Henry More, René Descartes, 1712
The Oratorical Dictionary
The act of gaping oryawning. s. oscitation ; adj. oscitant, oscitantly. OSCULATION
. s. The contact between any given curve and a circle of thesame curvature. adj.
osculatory. OS'CULATORY. s. A board with the image of Christ painted upon it ...
John Newland Maffitt, 1835
A Comprehensive Dictionary of the World
(Lat.) Yawning; gaping; sleepy: drowsy; dull; sluggish. Oscitantly, os'-se-tant-le,
ad. Carelessly. Oscitate, os'-se-tate, v. n. (Lat.) To yawn: to gape with sleepiness.
Oscitation, os-se-td -shun, s. (Lat.) The act of yawning or gaping from sleepiness.
Her typing unabated, Raisa turned oscitantly toward the windowless room's only
clock for the third time in as many minutes. This was only her second week at the
National Counterterrorism Center in McLean, Virginia. She was having a hard ...
L oscitans, lit., yawning & fig., bored, pres.p. of oscitare to gape; to yawn < os
mouth + citare to move, put into violent motion]. adj. oscitant = (also)
woolgathering, oblivious; day-dreaming; dull; lazy; unmindful, neglectful. adv.
James L. Reynolds, MD, 2014