10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «QUERIMONIOUS»
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Hindoostanee Philology: Comprising a Dictionary, English and ...
querimonious,. v. discontented,. kootjl,. koochur,v. peevish. l querist, sani'l,
prushnik, v. asker. quern, hath chukkee, v. mill. querpo, busma, wusmu, v. naked.
l querulous, shakee, gilu-gœgar, ninduk. querulousness, gilu-gœgaree,
John Borthwick Gilchrist, 1825
Thesaurus of English Words: So Classified and Arranged as to ...
Plaintiveness, querimonious- ness, languishment, querulous ness. Mourning,
weeds, willow, cypress. A grumbler, croaker, bra wler. V. To lament, complain,
murmur, mutter, grumble, sigh ; give, fetch, or heave a sigh To cry, weep, sob,
Peter Mark Roget, Barnas Sears, 1854
An Etymological Dictionary of the English Language
Cf. OFries. kwinka, to be extinguished. Der. quenchable, less. QUERIMONIOUS,
fretful, discontented. (L.) 'Most querimoniously confessing;' Denham, A Dialogue,
l. 2.Formed with suffix ous (=F.eux, L. ōsus) fromquerimōnia, a complaint.
A Dictionary of English Synonymes and Synonymous Or Parallel ...
Querimonious, a. Querulous. Querist, n. Inquirer, interrogator, investigator.
Querulous, a. Complaining, murmuring, querimonious, petulant, peevish, cross,
dissatisfied, discontented, faultfinding. Query, n. Question, inquiry, interrogatory.
Querimonious, adj. Queri- monia, a complaint, from queri, to complain. Given to
complaining or resisting. Syn. Malcontent. Dissatisfied. Opposi- titious. Litigious.
Ant. Contented. Satisfied. Complacent. Amenable. Con formable. Querulous, adj.
Chronicle of My Worst Years
huellas de sangre vivida sobre el papel constante: exhume querimonious kibitzer
. Tenaz oficio el de crearme en mi propia imagen cada vez con cada una al
pronunciarla: postprandial subsequently y de escribir por fin con voluntad las ...
The Gilded Tongue: Overly Eloquent Words for Everyday Things
Many queans will not directly offer their services, but will instead ask men
whether they would like dates. QUERIMONIOUS (KWAIR-uh-MOH-nee-uhs): adj.
from Medieval Latin querimoniosus, from Latin querimonia (complaint):
Origins: A Short Etymological Dictionary of Modern English
SeeFIR, para2. querimonious, querimony.See QUERY, para5. quern,aprimitive
grainmill, a small handmill:OE cwyrn, cweorn: cfON kvern (kv=kw), OHG quirn,
Goquairnus: ? ult akinto cereal CORN. querulent, querulous. See para 5of: query,
1 once encountered a caravan in crossing Mount Cenis,' faltered a third, in
querimonious accents, ' and, from the importance of the convoy, conceived that it
must contain some royal corpse, or a copy of the Transfiguration for the National
Elegant Extracts: Or, Useful and Entertaining Passages in ...
The lines of the original too, as may, in part, appear from our translation, are
longer than is usual in the other kinds of Hebrew poetry; and the melody is
rendered thereby more flowing, and better adapted to the querimonious strain of
Vicesimus Knox, James Heath, John Landseer, 1808
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I could not be querimonious about actors and actresses flocking Aso Rock or reveling with the first lady, or promising to bring the moon to the ocean for Mr. «AllAfrica.com, Apr 15»
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Spelling words that are not even available on Merriam-Webster's free online dictionary such as querimonious, meaning apt to complain, Sophie sometimes asks ... «Quad City Times, May 14»
Interview with William Least Heat-Moon
... has made you querimonious"). Thankfully, however, even though Heat-Moon often laments a dying rural America, his tone is invariably amiable, never cranky. «San Francisco Chronicle, Nov 08»