A complete English dictionary: containing an explanation of all the words made use of in the common occurrences of life, or in the several arts and sciences: So as to convey A precise and determinate Idea of their Meaning, The Accents are placed over the proper Syllables, to point out the true Pronunciation. And, In order to inform those who are unacquainted with Grammar, the initial Letter is placed immediately after every Word, to denote the Part of Speech to which it belongs, viz. whether it be a Verb, a Substantive, an Adjective, &c. By the Rev. Francis Allen, M. A

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