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Word Meanings - CONSCRIPT - Book Publishers vocabulary database

Enrolled; written; registered. Conscript fathers , the senators of ancient Rome. When certain new senators were first enrolled with the "fathers" the body was called Patres et Conscripti; afterward all were called Patres conscripti.

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  • CALLOSUM
    The great band commissural fibers which unites the two cerebral hemispheres. See corpus callosum, under Carpus.
  • CALLOW
    1. Destitute of feathers; naked; unfledged. An in the leafy summit, spied a nest, Which, o'er the callow young, a sparrow pressed. Dryden. 2. Immature; boyish; "green"; as, a callow youth. I perceive by this, thou art but a callow maid. Old Play .
  • CALLE
    A kind of head covering; a caul. Chaucer.
  • FIRST
    Sw. & Dan. förste, OHG. furist, G. fürst prince; a superlatiye form 1. Preceding all others of a series or kind; the ordinal of one; earliest; as, the first day of a month; the first year of a reign. 2. Foremost; in front of, or in advance of,
  • REGISTERING
    Recording; -- applied to instruments; having an apparatus which registers; as, a registering thermometer. See Recording.
  • CALL
    callen, AS. ceallin; akin to Icel & Sw. kalla, Dan. kalde, D. kallen 1. To command or request to come or be present; to summon; as, to call a servant. Call hither Clifford; bid him come amain Shak. 2. To summon to the discharge of a particular
  • ENROLLER
    One who enrolls or registers.
  • CALLIOPE
    The Muse that presides over eloquence and heroic poetry; mother of Orpheus, and chief of the nine Muses. (more info) beautiful) +
  • CALLOT
    A plant coif or skullcap. Same as Calotte. B. Jonson.
  • CALLIGRAPHIC; CALLIGRAPHICAL
    Of or pertaining to calligraphy. Excellence in the calligraphic act. T. Warton.
  • CALLOSE
    Furnished with protuberant or hardened spots.
  • CALLIDITY
    Acuteness of discernment; cunningness; shrewdness. Her eagly-eyed callidity. C. Smart.
  • FIRST-CLASS
    Of the best class; of the highest rank; in the first division; of the best quality; first-rate; as, a first-class telescope. First- class car or First-class railway carriage, any passenger car of the highest regular class, and intended
  • REGISTERSHIP
    The office of a register.
  • CERTAINTY
    Clearness; freedom from ambiguity; lucidity. Of a certainty, certainly. (more info) 1. The quality, state, or condition, of being certain. The certainty of punishment is the truest security against crimes. Fisher Ames. 2. A fact or truth
  • CALLIGRAPHY
    Fair or elegant penmanship.
  • CALLOSAN
    Of the callosum.
  • CALLIGRAPHIST
    A calligrapher
  • CALLOUS
    1. Hardenes; indurated. "A callous hand." Goldsmith. "A callous ulcer." Dunglison. 2. Hardened in mind; insensible; unfeeling; unsusceptible. "The callous diplomatist." Macaulay. It is an immense blessing to be perfectly callous to ridicule. T.
  • GYMNASTICALLY
    In a gymnastic manner.
  • HYPERCRITICALLY
    In a hypercritical manner.
  • UNEMPIRICALLY
    Not empirically; without experiment or experience.
  • SCALLION
    A kind of small onion , native of Palestine; the eschalot, or shallot. 2. Any onion which does not "bottom out," but remains with a thick stem like a leek. Amer. Cyc.
  • UNIVOCALLY
    In a univocal manner; in one term; in one sense; not equivocally. How is sin univocally distinguished into venial and mortal, if the venial be not sin Bp. Hall.
  • PARABOLICALLY
    1. By way of parable; in a parabolic manner. 2. In the form of a parabola.
  • STEREOGRAPHICALLY
    In a stereographical manner; by delineation on a plane.
  • HEMEROCALLIS
    A genus of plants, some species of which are cultivated for their beautiful flowers; day lily.
  • ASCERTAINMENT
    The act of ascertaining; a reducing to certainty; a finding out by investigation; discovery. The positive ascertainment of its limits. Burke.
  • ACRONYCALLY
    In an acronycal manner as rising at the setting of the sun, and vise versâ.
  • DIAMETRICALLY
    In a diametrical manner; directly; as, diametrically opposite. Whose principles were diametrically opposed to his. Macaulay.
  • PHYSIOLOGICALLY
    In a physiological manner.
  • ASCERTAINABLE
    That may be ascertained. -- As`cer*tain"a*ble*ness, n. -- As`cer*tain"a*bly, adv.
  • ETHNICALLY
    In an ethnical manner.
  • ECCENTRICALLY
    In an eccentric manner. Drove eccentrically here and there. Lew Wallace.
  • IAMBICALLY
    In a iambic manner; after the manner of iambics.
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