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  • adj. Held aloft.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Held aloft.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Capable of being weighed.
  • Pensile.


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  • De Rure Albo (socolled becauld it was chalkfull of masterplasters and had borgeously letout gardens strown with cascadas, pinta-costecas, horthoducts and currycombs) and set off from Luds — town a spasso to see how badness was badness in the weirdest of all pensible ways.

    Finnegans Wake

  • With re« gard to God, it is the. setting before us the covenant of mercy and pardon, to which he is pleased to admit mankind, on con - dition of their repentance and amend -, mem; and from hence arises the indis - pensible necessity of repenting of our past sins, and entering into resolutions of obedience for the future, as oft as we come to renew this covenant in the Sa - crament of Christ's Body and Blood,,

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