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  • noun Plural form of abecedarian.

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Examples

  • Poems that utilize acrostics, abecedarians, anagrams, syllabics and other cryptographies.

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  • Poems that utilize acrostics, abecedarians, anagrams, syllabics and other cryptographies.

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  • Poems that utilize acrostics, abecedarians, anagrams, syllabics and other cryptographies.

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  • How contemptuous does it not sound to hear him call the legal ordinances which the Galatians were observing "beggarly elements" (chap. 4, 9), and the law a "schoolmaster" (chap. 3, 24), that is, a tutor fit only for little abecedarians who cannot be treated as full-grown persons that are able to make a right use of their privileges as children and heirs of

    Luther Examined and Reexamined A Review of Catholic Criticism and a Plea for Revaluation

  • It were a question, if the human intellect, would not be stronger, possessing more of its native vigor and individuality, if the coming generations of youth, were to have father and mother for abecedarians, and then given to understand that they must study at home, and advance themselves.

    An Apology for African Methodism

  • On the other hand for abecedarians who were none the wiser, they were schooled in an inappropriate and erroneous manner.

    THE UFO CHRONICLES

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