Image from page 447 of “Webster’s practical dictionary; a practical dictionary of the English language giving the correct spelling, pronunciation and definitions of words based on the unabridged dictionary of Noah Webster ..” (1910)

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Image from page 447 of “Webster’s practical dictionary; a practical dictionary of the English language giving the correct spelling, pronunciation and definitions of words based on the unabridged dictionary of Noah Webster ..” (1910)

Image from page 447 of “Webster’s practical dictionary; a practical dictionary of the English language giving the correct spelling, pronunciation and definitions of words based on the unabridged dictionary of Noah Webster ..” (1910)
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Title: Webster’s practical dictionary; a practical dictionary of the English language giving the correct spelling, pronunciation and definitions of words based on the unabridged dictionary of Noah Webster ..
Year: 1910 (1910s)
Authors: Webster, Noah, 1758-1843 Porter, Noah, 1811-1892 Gardner, Dorsey, 1842-1894, [from old catalog] ed
Subjects: English language
Publisher: Chicago, The Reilly & Britton co. Springfield, Mass., G. & C. Merriam co.
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nder Tar. Tarsus, tiirsus, 71. {Anat.)That iiart of the foot be-tween the leg and metatar-sus: it contains 7 bones ofheel, instep, and ankle: see rp Skeleton. iaro. Tart, tiirt, a. Sharp to the taste; acidulous; keen;severe. — Tarfly, adv. —In a tart manner ; sourly ;sharply. — Tartness, n. Tart, tiirt, 71. A small open pie or fiat piece of pastry,containing jelly or conserve. Tartan, tartan, 71. Woolen cloth, checkered withthreads of various colors, much worn in Scotland. Tartar, tartar, n. {Chem.) An acid concrete salt,deposited from wines completely fermented: whenpure, it is called cream of tartar, and when crude,arr/al or argol. A concretion which often incruststhe teeth.— Tartar-emetic. {Chem.) A double salt,consisting of tartaric acid in combination with po-tassa and protoxide of antimony.—Tartareous, -re-us, a. Consisting of, or resembling, tartar, or partak-ing of its properties.—Tartar^ic, -tarik, a. Of, pert.to, or obtained from tartar.— Tartaric acid. An acid

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fim, fame, far, pass or opera, fare ; end, eve, term ; In, ice: 6dd, tone, 6r ; TARTAR 439 TEA obtained from tartar, soluble, white_, and crystalline. — Tartarize, -tar-iz, v. t. [-ized (-Tzd), -izing.] Toimpregnate with tartar, refine by means of the saltof tartar. — Tartrate, -trat, n. A salt formed bythe combination of tartaric acid with a base. Tartar, tiirtar, n. A native or inhabitant of Tartary. — To catch a Tartar. To lay hold of or encountera person who proves too strong for the assailant. Tartarus, tiirta-rus, n. (Gr. Myth.) The infernal re-jiions ; the place of punishment for the spirits ofthe wicked.—Tartarean, -re-an, a. Of, or pert, to,Tartarus; hellish. Tartnffe, far – toof, n. A hypocritical devotee, — anickname derived from the name of the hero in acomedy of the same name, by Moliere. Task, task, n. Business or study imposed by another;undertaking; burdensome employment; a lesson;iixed portion of study imposed by a teacher; toil;drudgery. —u. t. [tasked (t

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