- not used dissumulation
enough, and have rendered myself liable
to be animadverted
upon - but in this I comfort myself
that I have no mulatto...
- adversative, adverse, adversion, adversity, advert, advertent, animadversion, animadvert
, anteversion, antevert, aversation, averse, aversion, avert, avertible...
- and Colonel
Tulloch, and the evidence taken
by them relative
upon the conduct
of certain officers
on the general
staff, and others...
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
- ****embled on 10 October, the lord-lieutenant in his speech
from the throne animadverted
to create jealousies between
the two kingdoms...
- laws are to be understood, and obedience
yeelded? (1642) Animadversions animadverted
(1642) An appendix
to the late answer printed
by His Majesties
and immediate, and on error, heresie, and schism. This work was animadverted
on (remark or comment
with strong disapproval
- Reverend Henry Hodgson published Letters
to Mrs. Kindersley, described
of that lady's "Letters from the Island
- 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...