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By Edward Semple Le Comte

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A) infer (that). (b) gather (with "conjectures" as object). Collected stood within our thoughts collected vi 581 (a) together, in a group. (b) with composure of mind. Hanford. These false pretexts and varnished colors failing, (a) "pretexts", excuses. colors SA, 901 30 combustion (b) cosmetics. The combination is quoted by Verity in Animadversions: "painting his lewd and deceitful principles with a smooth and glossy varnish". Works, 111, 163. combustion i 46 With hideous ruin and combustion down (a) conflagration.

Lockwood. (b) disparate, beyond comparison, out of all bounds. despised vi 602 would render them yet more despised, vii 422 With clang despised the ground, (a) lit. looked down upon (L. despicere). (b) scorned, contemned. Ricks (for vi). See Browne on vii. son of despite, Whom us the more to spite his Maker raised From dust: spite then with spite is best repaid. (a) one created because of malice or hatred (God's towards Satan). Son of this "spite" of 177, 178. (b) despicable. Evans (Broadbent).

Balm xi 546 The balm of life. (a) balsam, that which soothes. (b) blessing. the Fiend Who came their bane, (a) harm, destruction. (b) Old English for murderer. Hughes. bane iv 167 ix 123 all good to me becomes Bane, (a) woe. (b) specifically, poison. Evans (Broadbent). bane bards: see steep (b). bases ix 36 Bases and tinsel trappings, gorgeous knights (a) long skirts of the horses' trappings or housing. Richardson. (b) knights' short skirts reaching from waist to knee. Todd. battening Lye, 29 Batt'ning our flocks with the fresh dews of night, (a) fattening up.

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