Address', v, to accost. — n. deportment ; dexterity, direction of a letter; a speech.
Air, a melody ; that which we breathe ; appearance.
An'gle, s. a corner. — v. to fish with a rod and hook.
Appa'rent, plain, visible; seeming, not real.
Arch, s. a curved roof. — a. mirthful ; chief.
Art, s. skill. — v. thou art.
Ax'is, that on which any thing revolves ; an animal.
Bach'elor, an unmarried man ; a university degree.
Bail, a surety ; the handle of a bucket, or kettle.
Bait, s. a temptation ; refreshment. — v, to worry with dogs.
Ball, a sphere ; an entertainment of dancing.
Bank, a heap of earth ; a financial institution.
Bar, a rail used to stop a passage ; the place where the criminal stands in court.
Bark, s. the rind of a tree ; a stout vessel. — v, to make the noise of dogs.
Base, a. vile, worthless ; s. the foundation.
Bat, a stick to strike a ball ; a flying animal.
Bay, s. a tree ; a small gulf; a color. — v. to bark.
Beam, a large piece of timber; a ray of light.
Bear, v, to carry. — a rough savage animal.
Become', to enter into a new condition ; to befit.