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1. The act or process of bringing or coming into existence; first production. "The origination of the universe." Keill. What comes from spirit is a spontaneous origination. Hickok. 2. Mode of production, or bringing into being. This eruca

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1. The act or process of bringing or coming into existence; first production. "The origination of the universe." Keill. What comes from spirit is a spontaneous origination. Hickok. 2. Mode of production, or bringing into being. This eruca is propagated by animal parents, to wit, butterflies, after the common origination of all caterpillars. Ray.

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    Of or pertaining to a period; constituting a complete sentence. Periodic comet , a comet that moves about the sun in an elliptic orbit; a comet that has been seen at two of its approaches to the sun. -- Periodic function , a function whose values
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    See BRAKEMAN
  • STOCKER
    One who makes or fits stocks, as of guns or gun carriages, etc.
  • LIFETIME
    The time that life continues.
  • BREAKABLE
    Capable of being broken.
  • BREADEN
    Made of bread.
  • BREECHCLOTH
    A cloth worn around the breech.
  • STOCKWORK
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    The stomach. S. Foote.
  • STOCK-BLIND
    Blind as a stock; wholly blind.
  • BREWER
    One who brews; one whose occupation is to prepare malt liquors.
  • PERIODONTAL
    Surrounding the teeth.
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    A watch-guard.
  • BRETFUL
    Brimful. Chaucer.
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    See ADAMS
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    A tribute which tenants paid to their lord, in lieu of bran, which they were obliged to furnish for his hounds.
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    Etym: 1. To respire; to inhale and exhale air; hence;, to live. "I am in health, I breathe." Shak. Breathes there a man with soul so dead Sir W. Scott. 2. To take breath; to rest from action. Well! breathe awhile, and then to it again! Shak. 3.
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    Not thoroughly bred; ill-bred; as, an underbred fellow. Goldsmith.
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    One who disobeys the law; a criminal. -- Law"break`ing, n. & a.
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    a strong breeze.
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