This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1880 Excerpt: ... use. Servile, mean, low, abject, sneaking. Set, put, place, lay, arrange. Settle, arrange, adjust, regulate, organise, conclude, determine, fix, ratify, confirm. Sever, break, disconnect, dissever, separate, detach. Several, sundry, divers, various, many. Severe, harsh, stern, stringent, unmitigated, rough, unyielding. Shade, v. shadow, dim, obscure, cloud. Shadowy, dim, obscure, cloudy, murky, dark, mysterious, uncertain. Shake, tremble, shudder, shiver, quake, quiver. Shallow, superficial, flimsy, slight. Shame, disgrace, dishonour. Shameful, degrading, scandalous, disgraceful, outrageous, dishonourable, odious. Shameless, immodest, impudent, indecent, indelicate, brazen. Shape, form, fashion, mould, model. Share, portion, lot, division, quantity, quota, contingent. Sharp, .q pointed, biting, pungent, acute, keen, shrewd, clever, witty, penetrating, piercing, shrill. Shatter, shiver, derange, disorder. Shed, pour, effuse, spread, spill, diffuse. Shelter, s. asylum, sanctuary, refuge, retreat, cover, haven, security. Shelter, v. cover, screen, lodge, protect. Shift, v. transpose, contrive, change, alter, veer. Shift, s. evasion, expedient, resource, alternative. Shine, glow, gleam, glisten, glitter, radiate, sparkle. Shiver, shatter, break, quake, shudder, quiver, tremble. Shock, brunt, clash, blow, collision. Shock, v. offend, disgust, appal, dismay, scare, stun, terrify. Shocking, disgusting, revolting, dreadful, terrible. Short, brief, concise, curt, compendious. Shorten, curtail, contract, abridge, abbreviate, condense, compress, reduce. Show, exhibition, sight, representation, spectacle, scene, pageant, ostentation. Showy, pompous, gorgeous, fine, gay, grand. Shrewd, sharp, acute, sagacious, keen. Shroud, veil, cover. Shudder, shake, tremble, qu...This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1880 Excerpt: ... use.
|Title||:||A Dictionary of Daily Blunders, by the Author of 'a Handy Book of Synonyms'. [With] a Handy Book of Common English Synonyms [And] a Handy Classical Dictionary. [3 PT. Issued Together in a Publisher's Casing with the General Title Handbook for Writers|
|Author||:||Professor Thomas Preston|
|Publisher||:||Rarebooksclub.com - 2012-05-10|