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à Fr prep   Reference library

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a

sp a9, a[sture]

Aaron

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Anne Button

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a *Moor and Tamora’s lover, is ultimately sentenced to be buried and starved, Titus Andronicus 5.3.

Aaron Burr

Aaron Burr  

(1756–1836)US Democratic Republican statesman. After losing the presidential election to Jefferson in 1800, Burr was elected Vice-President. He was defeated in the contest for the governorship of New ...
Aaron / ~’s

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ˈarǝn / -z

sp Aaron29, Aron6 / Aarons1

abacus

abacus  

An ancient device for performing arithmetic calculations by sliding beads along rods or in grooves. Despite the spread of electronic calculators and computers, the abacus is still widely used in the ...
abaiss·er / ~iez

abaiss·er / ~iez Fr v   Reference library

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abɛsiˈez

sp abbaisse1

abandoned

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ǝˈbandǝnd

sp abandon’d1

abandon / ~ed

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= / m ǝˈbandǝnd, -dǝˌnɪd

sp abandon4 / abandon’d5, abandoned2

abase

abase v   Reference library

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ǝˈbɛ:s

sp abase2

abashed

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=

sp abash’d1

abated

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ǝˈbɛ:tɪd

sp abated1

abatement

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ǝˈbɛ:tmǝnt

sp abatement3

abate / ~s / ~d

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ǝˈbɛ:t / -s / -ɪd /

sp abate12, a-bate1 / abates1 / abated2

> bate

a-bat-fowling

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ǝˈbatˌfǝʊlɪn, -ɪŋ

sp a bat-fowling1

> fowl

Abbess

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She reveals herself to be Emilia, mother of the Antipholus twins, at the end of The Comedy of Errors.

abbess

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=

sp abbesse8

abbey / ~s

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ˈabǝɪ / -z

sp abbey14 / abbies1

Abbott, E(dwin) A(bbott)

Abbott, E(dwin) A(bbott) (1838–1926)   Reference library

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who addressed the first meeting of the New Shakespeare Society (13 March 1874). His A Shakespearian Grammar: An

abbot / ~s

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=

sp abbot7 / abbots1

abbreviate / ~d

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ǝˈbri:vɪˌɛ:tɪd

sp abreuiated1

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