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  • 161sweeny — /swee nee/, n. Vet. Pathol. atrophy of the shoulder muscles in horses. Also, swinney. [1820 30, Amer.; cf. dial. G Schweine, PaG Schwinne atrophy, OE swindan to pine away, disappear] * * * …

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  • 162Almond, John — • English Cistercian and Confessor the Faith (d. 1585) Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Almond, John     John Almond …

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  • 163John Almond —     John Almond     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► John Almond     Cistercian, Confessor of the Faith; died in Hull Castle, 18 April, 1585. His name has been included in the supplementary process of the English Martyrs, and his case is of special… …

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  • 164dwine — verb /dwaɪn/ To wither, decline, pine away …

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  • 165languish — verb /ˈlæŋ.ɡwɪʃ/ a) To lose strength and become weak; to be in a state of weakness or sickness. He languished without his girlfriend b) To pine away in longing for something; to have low spirits, especially from lovesickness. He languished in… …

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  • 166Ood — For acronyms of OOD, see Officer of the Deck, Officer of the day, and Object oriented design. For the stringed instrument, see Oud. Doctor Who alien …

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  • 167Applegarth and Sibbaldbie —    APPLEGARTH and SIBBALDBIE, a united parish, in the district of Annandale, county of Dumfries, 2 miles (N. W. by N.) from Lockerbie; containing, with the chapelry of Dinwoodie, 857 inhabitants. The term Applegarth is compounded of the words… …

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  • 168séarian — wv/i1a to become sere, to grow sear, wither, pine away …

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  • 169unhálian — wv/t2 to pine away …

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  • 170weornian — weornian1 wv/t2 to pine away, become weak, fade, wither, destroy …

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  • 171weorpian — wv/t2 to pine away …

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  • 172immarcessible — (adj.) unfading, imperishable, 1540s, from L.L. immarcessabilis from assimilated form of in not (see IN (Cf. in ) (1)) + marcessare to wither, pine away …

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  • 173marcescent — (adj.) withering, 1727, from L. marcescentem (nom. marcescens), prp. of marcescere to wither, languish, droop, decay, pine away, inchoative of marcere to wither, droop, be faint, from PIE root *merk to decay …

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  • 174mourn — (v.) O.E. murnan to mourn, bemoan, long after, also be anxious about, be careful (class III strong verb; past tense mearn, pp. murnen), from P.Gmc. *murnan to remember sorrowfully (Cf. O.S. mornon, O.H.G. mornen, Goth. maurnan to mourn, O.N.… …

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  • 175carke — v. n. == pine away. Wright’s L. P. p. 54 …

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  • 176languish — lan·guish || læŋgwɪʃ n. act of languishing; melancholy gaze, yearning look v. weaken, droop, wither; suffer neglect, suffer hardship; pine away, yearn for, long for …

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  • 177languished — lan·guish || læŋgwɪʃ n. act of languishing; melancholy gaze, yearning look v. weaken, droop, wither; suffer neglect, suffer hardship; pine away, yearn for, long for …

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  • 178languishes — lan·guish || læŋgwɪʃ n. act of languishing; melancholy gaze, yearning look v. weaken, droop, wither; suffer neglect, suffer hardship; pine away, yearn for, long for …

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  • 179languishing — lan·guish·ing || læŋgwɪʃɪŋ adj. languid; weak, drooping; pining, yearning; melancholic lan·guish || læŋgwɪʃ n. act of languishing; melancholy gaze, yearning look v. weaken, droop, wither; suffer neglect, suffer hardship; pine away,… …

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  • 180despond — v be depressed, be cast down, despair; lose hope of, lose heart, give up, surrender, quit, Sl. pack it in, give up the ship, cry quits, cry craven, throw in the towel, throw in the sponge; falter, give way, sink, droop, pine away; mope, mourn,… …

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