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Convellent
Convellent Con*vel"lent, a. [L. convellens, p. pr. of convellere. See Convulse.] Tending to tear or pull up. [Obs.] The ends of the fragment . . . will not yield to the convellent force. --Todd & Bowman.
Divellent
Divellent Di*vel"lent, a. [L. divellens, p. pr.] Drawing asunder. [R.]
Ellenge
Ellenge El"lenge, Ellinge El"linge, a., Ellengeness El"lenge*ness, Ellingeness El"linge*ness, n. See Elenge, Elengeness. [Obs.]
Ellengeness
Ellenge El"lenge, Ellinge El"linge, a., Ellengeness El"lenge*ness, Ellingeness El"linge*ness, n. See Elenge, Elengeness. [Obs.]
Excellence
Excellence Ex"cel*lence, n. [F. excellence, L. excellentia.] 1. The quality of being excellent; state of possessing good qualities in an eminent degree; exalted merit; superiority in virtue. Consider first that great Or bright infers not excellence. --Milton. 2. An excellent or valuable quality; that by which any one excels or is eminent; a virtue. With every excellence refined. --Beattie. 3. A title of honor or respect; -- more common in the form excellency. I do greet your excellence With letters of commission from the king. --Shak. Syn: Superiority; pre["e]minence; perfection; worth; goodness; purity; greatness.
Excellencies
Excellency Ex"cel*len*cy, n.; pl. Excellencies. 1. Excellence; virtue; dignity; worth; superiority. His excellency is over Israel. --Ps. lxviii. 34. Extinguish in men the sense of their own excellency. --Hooker. 2. A title of honor given to certain high dignitaries, esp. to viceroys, ministers, and ambassadors, to English colonial governors, etc. It was formerly sometimes given to kings and princes.
Excellency
Excellency Ex"cel*len*cy, n.; pl. Excellencies. 1. Excellence; virtue; dignity; worth; superiority. His excellency is over Israel. --Ps. lxviii. 34. Extinguish in men the sense of their own excellency. --Hooker. 2. A title of honor given to certain high dignitaries, esp. to viceroys, ministers, and ambassadors, to English colonial governors, etc. It was formerly sometimes given to kings and princes.
Excellent
Excellent Ex"cel*lent, a. [F. excellent, L. excellens, -entis, p. pr. of excellere. See Excel.] 1. Excelling; surpassing others in some good quality or the sum of qualities; of great worth; eminent, in a good sense; superior; as, an excellent man, artist, citizen, husband, discourse, book, song, etc.; excellent breeding, principles, aims, action. To love . . . What I see excellent in good or fair. --Milton. 2. Superior in kind or degree, irrespective of moral quality; -- used with words of a bad significance. [Obs. or Ironical] ``An excellent hypocrite.' --Hume. Their sorrows are most excellent. --Beau. & Fl. Syn: Worthy; choice; prime; valuable; select; exquisite; transcendent; admirable; worthy.
Excellent
Excellent Ex"cel*lent, adv. Excellently; eminently; exceedingly. [Obs.] ``This comes off well and excellent.' --Shak.
Excellently
Excellently Ex"cel*lent*ly, adv. 1. In an excellent manner; well in a high degree. 2. In a high or superior degree; -- in this literal use, not implying worthiness. [Obs.] When the whole heart is excellently sorry. --J. Fletcher.
Hellene
Hellene Hel"lene, n. [Gr. ?.] A native of either ancient or modern Greece; a Greek. --Brewer.
Hellenian
Hellenian Hel*le"ni*an, a. Of or pertaining to the Hellenes, or Greeks.
Hellenic
Romaic Ro*ma"ic, a. [NGr. ????: cf. F. roma["i]que. See Roman.] Of or relating to modern Greece, and especially to its language. -- n. The modern Greek language, now usually called by the Greeks Hellenic or Neo-Hellenic. Note: The Greeks at the time of the capture of Constantinople were proud of being "Romai^oi, or Romans . . . Hence the term Romaic was the name given to the popular language. . . . The Greek language is now spoken of as the Hellenic language. --Encyc. Brit.
Hellenic
Hellenic Hel*len"ic (?; 277), a. [Gr. ?, ?, fr. ? the Greeks.] Of or pertaining to the Hellenes, or inhabitants of Greece; Greek; Grecian. ``The Hellenic forces.' --Jowett (Thucyd. ).
Hellenic
Hellenic Hel*len"ic, n. The dialect, formed with slight variations from the Attic, which prevailed among Greek writers after the time of Alexander.
Hellenistically
Hellenistically Hel`le*nis"tic*al*ly, adv. According to the Hellenistic manner or dialect. --J. Gregory.
Hellenize
Hellenize Hel"len*ize, v. i. [Gr. ?.] To use the Greek language; to play the Greek; to Grecize.
Hellenize
Hellenize Hel"len*ize, v. t. [Gr. ?.] To give a Greek form or character to; to Grecize; as, to Hellenize a word.
hellenotype
Ivorytype I"vo*ry*type`, n. (photog.) A picture produced by superposing a very light print, rendered translucent by varnish, and tinted upon the back, upon a stronger print, so as to give the effect of a photograph in natural colors; -- called also hellenotype. --Knight.
Hellenotype
Hellenotype Hel*len"o*type, n. See Ivorytype.
Impellent
Impellent Im*pel"lent, a. [L. impellens, p. pr. of impellere.] Having the quality of impelling.
Impellent
Impellent Im*pel"lent, n. An impelling power or force. --Glanvill.
Interrepellent
Interrepellent In`ter*re*pel"lent, a. Mutually repellent. --De Quincey.
Magellenic clouds
Magellanic Mag`el*lan"ic, a. Of or pertaining to, or named from, Magellan, the navigator. Magellenic clouds (Astron.), three conspicuous nebul[ae] near the south pole, resembling thin white clouds.
Neo-Hellenic
Romaic Ro*ma"ic, a. [NGr. ????: cf. F. roma["i]que. See Roman.] Of or relating to modern Greece, and especially to its language. -- n. The modern Greek language, now usually called by the Greeks Hellenic or Neo-Hellenic. Note: The Greeks at the time of the capture of Constantinople were proud of being "Romai^oi, or Romans . . . Hence the term Romaic was the name given to the popular language. . . . The Greek language is now spoken of as the Hellenic language. --Encyc. Brit.
Neo-Hellenic
Neo-Hellenic Ne`o-Hel*len"ic, n. Same as Romaic.
Neo-Hellenism
Neo-Hellenism Ne`o-Hel"len*ism, n. Hellenism as surviving or revival in modern times; the practice or pursuit of ancient Greek ideals in modern life, art, or literature, as in the Renaissance.
Panhellenic
Panhellenic Pan`hel*len"ic, a. [See Panhellenium.] Of or pertaining to all Greece, or to Panhellenism; including all Greece, or all the Greeks.
Panhellenism
Panhellenism Pan*hel"len*ism, n. A scheme to unite all the Greeks in one political body.
Panhellenist
Panhellenist Pan*hel"len*ist, n. An advocate of Panhellenism.

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