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  • adherent One was recognized, and that man Wetherell perceived with amazement to be Mr. Jameson of Wantage, adherent of Jethro's-he who had moved to adjourn for "Uncle Tom's Cabin"!
  • afferent It is now our purpose to consider the effect produced by afferent impulses upon the brain and, through the brain, upon the mind.
  • deferment And, if later, as a result of this, advances on salaries were smaller for a month or so, their deferment more frequent, and the director's complaints of a deficit more numerous, hardly anyone minded, for all enjoyed themselves to the utmost, particularly on the name day of the directress.
  • deterrent True, it had been the chief agent in the process of deception; it had blinded him to Mercier's dangerous quality; it had given him a sense of false security; he could see, now, the fool he'd been to imagine that it would act as any deterrent to a woman so foredoomed as Violet.
  • diderot And accordingly it appears but reasonable,-that is to say, truly scientific,-to exclaim as did even Diderot-"Quoi!
  • difference You won't let it make any difference, with us, I mean?"
  • different 8364. Have you anything different to say?
  • differently It turned out differently, however.
  • differing Is there not as much reason to punish my neighbour for differing in opinion from me, as to punish me, because I differ from him?
  • diffident He was certain that he admired her, but aware how diffident he was in consequence of his position, he was very doubtful whether he would venture to tell her so.
  • divergent In this last case as much as in that of specific difference, we ought to find divergent form the embodiment and organic expression of divergent opinion.
  • efferent The larva is often found in considerable numbers clinging to the oscula and wide efferent canals of S. carteri, its proboscis inserted into the substance of the sponge.
  • indifferent Only from above, the moon, quiet and indifferent, looked on him.
  • itinerant The harvest in some counties is, of course, much earlier than in others-a fact of which the itinerant labourer takes advantage, following the wave of ripening grass and corn.
  • referent
  • Differed
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