- adversative, adverse, adversion, adversity, advert, advertent, animadversion, animadvert
, anteversion, antevert, aversation, averse, aversion, avert, avertible...
- was never known
to Boswell, and as the older
man was ill-disposed to animadvert
on his younger
got such basics
as the great
- and Colonel
Tulloch, and the evidence taken
by them relative
upon the conduct
of certain officers
on the general
staff, and others...
- manner: And it is now the interest
as well as duty of the government, to animadvert
upon your conduct
with a becoming
severity, such a severity
as may tend...
- Reverend Henry Hodgson published Letters
to Mrs. Kindersley, described
of that lady's "Letters from the Island
by Sir W Hamilton
in the Edinburgh Review
of 1829, and it was animadverted
the same time by Sc****ing. Hamilton's objections
are as follows...
of the Socinians, and the misrepresentations
of the Animadverter
. Part I, 1695, 4to. Deus unus et trinus, 4to. This was entirely
- not used dissumulation
enough, and have rendered myself liable
to be animadverted
upon - but in this I comfort myself
that I have no mulatto...
- second edition
of this pamphlet Seller annexed
to the Oxford Animadverter
's Reflections,’ 1688. ‘The Secret Policy
of the Jesuits, and the Present...
Experiments, London, 1662. A Letter
[dated 6 Oct. 1674] animadverting
on Newton's Theory
and Colors, in Philosophical