10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «WONTEDNESS»
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Encyclopaedia Perthensis; Or Universal Dictionary of the ...
Who have no house, sit round where once it was, And with full eye* each wonted
room require ; Haunting the yet warm ashes of the place, As murther'd men walk
where they did expire. Dry den. * WONTEDNESS. n. s. [from wonted.) State of ...
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... s tan der wonderful Witness wonderfully witnesses, pi. wonderfulness
witnessed wonderingly witnessing wonderment witnesser wondrous Wive
wondrously wived wondrousness wiving Won't Wizard Wont wizardly wonted
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Eugenia Barrie. WONTEDNESS.] 441 [Wrkcking. wontedness Woo wooed
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s time knew it well. Finally, I would wish the abolition of the tall hat, an object at
least as inconceivable and as mysterious as the dress-coat, and still more
dreadful, despite the perverse wontedness of our eyes. — But I am quite sensible
Richard Garnett, Léon Vallée, Alois Brandl, 1899
... to church, talking together as they go: ladies, middle-aged and elderly, the
black-dressed Sunday ladies whose serene wontedness suggests that they have
passed this very way to that very goal one morning in seven since their lives
Making of America Project, 1920
The Illustrated National Pronouncing Dictionary of the ...
[usual Wonted, (wunt'ed) a. made familiar; Wontedness, (wunt'ed-nes) n. state of
being accustomed. Woo, (woo) v. t. to solicit in marriage; —-'v. 1'. to make love.
Wood, (wood) n. a collection of trees ; —v. t. to supply with wood. Wood-ashes ...
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WONTEDNESS, wun'-tid-nls. f State of being accustomed to. To WOO, w6'. v.a.
To court, to sue to for love ; to court solicitously, to invite with importunity. To WOO
, wo', v. n. To court, to make love. WOOD, wud'. s. A large and thick plantation of ...
Mother's Remedies: Over One Thousand Tried and Tested ...
It is supposed she will take the initiative in these particulars ; and too, that the fact
that the two exchange visits warrants a certain wontedness of habit. Still, among
intimates it is by no means unusual for the hostess to say "Do come again soon ...
Thomas J. Ritter, Elizabeth Johnstone, 1910
First[-ninth] Annual Report of the Holton Library, Brighton, ...
The danger of increasing wontedness to the library is. well illustrated in the
flourishing institution at Charlestown. Last year their loss was double what it was
three years before, although their circulation had diminished one- quarter. " The
Holton Library, Brighton, Mass, 1865
The Gentleman's Magazine
... from books, from graphic and poetic description of various kinds, I felt perfectly
acquainted with it, and found myself at once at home amid its well known features
; but while striking me with this sense of wontedness and accustomed intimacy, ...