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- add To add is to increase by adjoining or uniting: in distinction from multiply, which is to increase by repeating. To augment a thing is to increase it by any means, but this word is seldom used directly of material objects; we do not augment a house, a farm, a nation, etc. We may enlarge a house, a farm, or an empire, extend influence or dominion, augment riches, power or influence, attach or annex a building to one that it adjoins or papers to the document they refer to, annex a clause or a codicil, affix a seal or a signature, annex a territory, attach a condition to a promise. A speaker may amplify a discourse by a fuller treatment throughout than was originally planned, or he may append or subjoin certain remarks without change of what has gone before. We cast up or sum up an account, though add up and make up are now more usual expressions.
- aid When he turned for aid or direction to heaven, he was always answered.
- an The Hebrews had been feared when he was an infant.
- ana We found no water in either direction, but Corporal Graham discovered the main channel at a mile and a half westward from our camp, and traced it to near the junction with the ana-branch on which we were encamped.
- anode Let n be the loss of concentration at the cathode, and 1 - n the loss of concentration at the anode.
- ans Oh, pour des ans!
- ant He watched Cards walk slowly down the hill and then he flung himself on his face and pursued with a vacant eye the efforts of an ant to climb a swaying blade of grass ...
- ante A moment later Mrs. Hilbery appeared in the doorway of the ante-room.
- anti And evidently Nichols had an eye out for anti-Rowleian materials.
- any Has he said anything about it in any of his letters to you?
- aunt I'll have to tell Aunt Elizabeth about that.
- band Is there a band at the theatre?
- end For the minute Leo felt that his end must be at hand.
- enid The signature to the letters was "Enid von Leutenberg."
- hand Again his hand was behind his ear.
- land Where or how would he land?
- nd I told them I believed it was a wicked, unjust measure, and that I should go against it, let the cost to myself be what it might; that I was willing to go with General Jackson in every thing that I believed was honest and right; but, further than this, I wouldn't go for him, or any other man in the whole creation; that I would sooner be honestly and politically d-nd, than hypocritically immortalized.
- rand Here is the striking feature of the Rand gold-beds, which makes them, so far as we know, unique in the world.
- sand May't a long time be, Before the sand shall cover you and me!
- undo "Undo the packet," he suggested.
- wand Waving his wand the third time, louder music was heard, and whilst that played, a table was placed by an invisible hand, richly spread with all the dainties that could be thought of.
- Ain't You going to be married to-night, ain't you?
- And No, mother; she had a sore throat, and it was snowing; so her aunt wouldn't allow her to go.
- Ann One evening, when he went round as usual, he found Mary Ann in great excitement; she had evidently been crying, and now she was laughing in a half-crying way.
- Ind Ind van ind vyss den is genommen dat begynne der vursz kunst.
- Andy Andy Lynch, the ex-soldier, was probably a useful man, and we would get his help.
- INT Wrong division: int-end, prop-ose, superint-endent, expre-ssion.
- ONT W. W. Smith, of Newmarket, Ont.
- INDY By land and saw the arches, which are now almost done and are very fine, and I saw the picture of the ships and other things this morning, set up before the East Indy House, which are well done.