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Absinthate
Absinthate Ab"sin"thate, n. (Chem.) A combination of absinthic acid with a base or positive radical.
Ere that
Ere Ere (?; 277), prep. & adv. [AS. ?r, prep., adv., & conj.; akin to OS., OFries., & OHG. ?r, G. eher, D. eer, Icel. [=a]r, Goth. air. [root]204. Cf. Early, Erst, Or, adv.] 1. Before; sooner than. [Archaic or Poetic] Myself was stirring ere the break of day. --Shak. Ere sails were spread new oceans to explore. --Dryden. Sir, come down ere my child die. --John iv. 49. 2. Rather than. I will be thrown into Etna, . . . ere I will leave her. --Shak. Ere long, before, shortly. --Shak. Ere now, formerly, heretofore. --Shak. Ere that, & Or are. Same as Ere. --Shak.
gorse thatcher
Linnet Lin"net (l[i^]n"n[e^]t), n. [F. linot, linotte, from L. linum flax; or perh. shortened from AS. l[=i]netwige, fr. AS. l[=i]n flax; -- so called because it feeds on the seeds of flax and hemp. See Linen.] (Zo["o]l.) Any one of several species of fringilline birds of the genera Linota, Acanthis, and allied genera, esp. the common European species (L. cannabina), which, in full summer plumage, is chestnut brown above, with the breast more or less crimson. The feathers of its head are grayish brown, tipped with crimson. Called also gray linnet, red linnet, rose linnet, brown linnet, lintie, lintwhite, gorse thatcher, linnet finch, and greater redpoll. The American redpoll linnet (Acanthis linaria) often has the crown and throat rosy. See Redpoll, and Twite. Green linnet (Zo["o]l.), the European green finch.
Lithate
Lithate Lith"ate, n. (Old Med. Chem.) A salt of lithic or uric acid; a urate. [Obs.] [Written also lithiate.]
Notwithstanding that
Notwithstanding Not`with*stand"ing, adv. or conj. [Originally the participle of withstand, with not prefixed.] Nevertheless; however; although; as, I shall go, notwithstanding it rains. I will surely rend the kingdom from thee, and will give it to thy servant. Notwithstanding, in thy days I will not do it. --1 Kings xi. 11, 12. They which honor the law as an image of the wisdom of God himself, are, notwithstanding, to know that the same had an end in Christ. --Hooker. You did wisely and honestly too, notwithstanding She is the greatest beauty in the parish. --Fielding. Notwithstanding that, notwithstanding; although. These days were ages to him, notwithstanding that he was basking in the smiles of the pretty Mary. --W. Irving.
Nuthatch
Nuthatch Nut"hatch`, n. [OE. nuthake. See 2d Hack.] (Zo["o]l.) Any one of several species of birds of the genus Sitta, as the European species (Sitta Europ[ae]a). The white-breasted nuthatch (S. Carolinensis), the red-breasted nuthatch (S. Canadensis), the pygmy nuthatch (S. pygm[ae]a), and others, are American.
OEnanthate
OEnanthate [OE]*nan"thate, n. (Chem.) A salt of the supposed [oe]nanthic acid.
So that
A week or so will probably reconcile us. --Gay. Note: See the Note under Ill, adv. So . . . as. So is now commonly used as a demonstrative correlative of as when it is the puprpose to emphasize the equality or comparison suggested, esp. in negative assertions, and questions implying a negative answer. By Shakespeare and others so . . . as was much used where as . . . as is now common. See the Note under As, 1. So do, as thou hast said. --Gen. xviii. 5. As a flower of the field, so he flourisheth. --Ps. ciii. 15. Had woman been so strong as men. --Shak. No country suffered so much as England. --Macaulay. So far, to that point or extent; in that particular. ``The song was moral, and so far was right.' --Cowper. So far forth, as far; to such a degree. --Shak. --Bacon. So forth, further in the same or similar manner; more of the same or a similar kind. See And so forth, under And. So, so, well, well. ``So, so, it works; now, mistress, sit you fast.' --Dryden. Also, moderately or tolerably well; passably; as, he succeeded but so so. ``His leg is but so so.' --Shak. So that, to the end that; in order that; with the effect or result that. So then, thus then it is; therefore; the consequence is.
Tell that to the marines
2. The sum of naval affairs; naval economy; the department of navigation and sea forces; the collective shipping of a country; as, the mercantile marine. 3. A picture representing some marine subject. Tell that to the marines, an expression of disbelief, the marines being regarded by sailors as credulous. [Colloq.]
Thatch
Thatch Thatch, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Thatched; p. pr. & vb. n. Thatching.] [From Thatch, n.: cf. OE. thecchen, AS. ?eccean to cover.] To cover with, or with a roof of, straw, reeds, or some similar substance; as, to thatch a roof, a stable, or a stack of grain.
Thatch
Thatch Thatch, n. [OE. thak, AS. [thorn][ae]c a roof; akin to [thorn]eccean to cover, D. dak a roof, dekken to cover, G. dach a roof, decken 8cover, Icel. [thorn]ak a roof, Sw. tak, Dan. tag, Lith. st[=o]gas, Ir. teagh a house, Gael. teach, tigh, W. ty, L. tegere to cover, toga a toga, Gr. ?, ?, a roof, ? to cover, Skr. sthag. Cf. Deck, Integument, Tile, Toga.] 1. Straw, rushes, or the like, used for making or covering the roofs of buildings, or of stacks of hay or grain. 2. (Bot.) A name in the West Indies for several kinds of palm, the leaves of which are used for thatching. Thatch sparrow, the house sparrow. [Prov. Eng.]
Thatch sparrow
Thatch Thatch, n. [OE. thak, AS. [thorn][ae]c a roof; akin to [thorn]eccean to cover, D. dak a roof, dekken to cover, G. dach a roof, decken 8cover, Icel. [thorn]ak a roof, Sw. tak, Dan. tag, Lith. st[=o]gas, Ir. teagh a house, Gael. teach, tigh, W. ty, L. tegere to cover, toga a toga, Gr. ?, ?, a roof, ? to cover, Skr. sthag. Cf. Deck, Integument, Tile, Toga.] 1. Straw, rushes, or the like, used for making or covering the roofs of buildings, or of stacks of hay or grain. 2. (Bot.) A name in the West Indies for several kinds of palm, the leaves of which are used for thatching. Thatch sparrow, the house sparrow. [Prov. Eng.]
thatch sparrow
--Simonds. House car (Railroad), a freight car with inclosing sides and a roof; a box car. House of correction. See Correction. House cricket (Zo["o]l.), a European cricket (Gryllus domesticus), which frequently lives in houses, between the bricks of chimneys and fireplaces. It is noted for the loud chirping or stridulation of the males. House dog, a dog kept in or about a dwelling house. House finch (Zo["o]l.), the burion. House flag, a flag denoting the commercial house to which a merchant vessel belongs. House fly (Zo["o]l.), a common fly (esp. Musca domestica), which infests houses both in Europe and America. Its larva is a maggot which lives in decaying substances or excrement, about sink drains, etc. House of God, a temple or church. House of ill fame. See Ill fame under Ill, a. House martin (Zo["o]l.), a common European swallow (Hirundo urbica). It has feathered feet, and builds its nests of mud against the walls of buildings. Called also house swallow, and window martin. House mouse (Zo["o]l.), the common mouse (Mus musculus). House physician, the resident medical adviser of a hospital or other public institution. House snake (Zo["o]l.), the milk snake. House sparrow (Zo["o]l.), the common European sparrow (Passer domesticus). It has recently been introduced into America, where it has become very abundant, esp. in cities. Called also thatch sparrow. House spider (Zo["o]l.), any spider which habitually lives in houses. Among the most common species are Theridium tepidariorum and Tegenaria domestica. House surgeon, the resident surgeon of a hospital. House wren (Zo["o]l.), the common wren of the Eastern United States (Troglodytes a["e]don). It is common about houses and in gardens, and is noted for its vivacity, and loud musical notes. See Wren. Religious house, a monastery or convent. The White House, the official residence of the President of the United States; -- hence, colloquially, the office of President.
Thatched
Thatch Thatch, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Thatched; p. pr. & vb. n. Thatching.] [From Thatch, n.: cf. OE. thecchen, AS. ?eccean to cover.] To cover with, or with a roof of, straw, reeds, or some similar substance; as, to thatch a roof, a stable, or a stack of grain.
Thatcher
Thatcher Thatch"er, n. One who thatches.
Thatching
Thatch Thatch, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Thatched; p. pr. & vb. n. Thatching.] [From Thatch, n.: cf. OE. thecchen, AS. ?eccean to cover.] To cover with, or with a roof of, straw, reeds, or some similar substance; as, to thatch a roof, a stable, or a stack of grain.
Thatching
Thatching Thatch"ing, n. 1. The act or art of covering buildings with thatch; so as to keep out rain, snow, etc. 2. The materials used for this purpose; thatch.
While that
While While, conj. 1. During the time that; as long as; whilst; at the same time that; as, while I write, you sleep. ``While I have time and space.' --Chaucer. Use your memory; you will sensibly experience a gradual improvement, while you take care not to overload it. --I. Watts. 2. Hence, under which circumstances; in which case; though; whereas. While as, While that, during or at the time that. [Obs.]
Xanthate
Xanthate Xan"thate, n. [See Xanthic.] (Chem.) A salt of xanthic; a xanthogenate.

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