10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «OTHERGUESS»
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A grammatical corrector, or, Vocabulary of the common errors ...
Otherguess, for other guise,very different from, or superior to; as, "He will tell an
other- guess story when he returns." " This is an otherguess lot of wheat than the
other." Principally New England. " This word is a corruption of otkerguise ; i. e., ...
Some motives and incentives to the love of God: pathetically ...
... to contemplate God's Perfections, the Advantage of having incomparably more
Illuminated Intellects to apprehend them with , they must frame otherguess
Conceptions of the Divine Attributes , and glorifie the Posse/for at an otherguess
Dictionnary of the English Language with Numerous ...
This is often pronounced and sometimes written otherguess.] Of another kind. It is
a common expression in several parts of England; and in Cheshire forms part of
the following proverb : " I have otherguess fish to fry than snigs [eels] without ...
Remarks on the English Language ... The second edition
CCXLII. oTHERGUEss. THis is the commonway of spelling and pronouncing vthe
word. - 'The proper way of' spelling and pronouncing it is, without doubt,
atbergutfi', the word guz'se fignifying fashion, made, sore. - CCXLIII. sTAND AN
Robert BAKER (Author of “Remarks on the English Language.”.), 1779
Loves a Jest. A Comedy. (1. Ed.)
Mzz. So, here's like to 'be otherguess fighting than We have on our Mulier-Days: I'
ll go et a Reinforcement, E _ and then boldly marchup -- vin the eer of it. EAsMe.
Exit. * - L. Lo-v. You wear a Sword, Sir! \ IZ. Nay, 'tis butaHanger neither.
Peter Anthony Motteux, 1696
A Continuation of the History and Adventures of the Renowned ...
Sure, Don Tatter-rag, we ' have seen otherguess men than you ' are! Don't you
know that I could ' mumble a crust before you were born? « The owls and
sparrows (hall feed on * your dog's-liead, I warrant you!* Thus saying, he
attempted to ...
Alonso Fernández de Avellaneda, 1784
An Essay on the Archaeology of Our Popular Phrases, and ...
And our old adverbs algate [any way, any how] as all, every, and gate, way, way
of going, and other gates, otherwise, otherways, now travestied into otherguess,
belong here. U represents a variety of shades in sound; for instance in pursue, ...
The Vicar of Wakefield: A Tale
advisers : he should advise with every person willing to give him advice, and then
we should have things done in an- otherguess manner.' ' I wish,' cried I, ' that
such intruding advisers were fixed in the pillory. It should be the duty of honest ...
Theokratia: or a vindication of the doctrine commonly ...
tie' ; the tell which are I trow the greater part of men , yea of pretended Chrishans
have otherguess thoughts of it. No man um fig) that fesue is the Lord but lu the
boy Ghojl ; what the resl- say that speak by gmbzrspieii, judge you. The Apofile ...
The Vocabulary of East-Anglia Etc. - London, J. B. Nicols 1830
Concourse. Delightsome Delightful. *Disburst Disburse. Drugster . Druggist.
Eflidge Effigy. Fancical Fanciful. Flustrate Fluster. Furnitude Furniture. Jaunders
Jaundice. Luxurious Luxuriant. Moral Model. Notage Notice. Otherguess