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- adj. funicular
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Funicular.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as funicular, 2.
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The Uonpk frai lo giurd ilic wd pcifU hjii'il It this Ipting, rullrficd funic of lh« oil, and b ded ihrtr juiot* with it.
I then applied a thermo-* meter to my.; rm-pits, and it funic one degree; but in my mo'ith and hands it continued at 98 degrees; when fufpciidcd five feet from the ground, and ex - pofed to the fun and its reflccicd rays, it has fre - quently rifen, in a few minutes, from 15 to 26 de - grees higher than in the fhadcd air.
Now that the funic Language is the fame originally with t be Vhenician, I conceive, no one skilled in thefe Tongaes, can denie.
He cm |) lo} ed funic argumenri totally unnccefT/.: y.
Nor did they f; i\e o\er ilieir infults, till funic fiii. ill (liot hit one who li. id a llone in his hand .. \ f; enei. il tciror wa now Iprcad ainoiij. rhim, and tlir) all nnile a very pre (ijiilale retreat.
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