... principal objects of the manufacture of cloths; as upon this depends entirely the appearance, and, in a great degree, the durability, of the cloth when finished. ... The people told me that the whole island was surrounded by a reef-Wallis, in Hawkeswortha#39;s Voyages. ... Reenkindle. v. a. Enkindle anew. A taper, when its crown of flames is newly blown off, retains a nature so symbolical to light, that it will withanbsp;...
|Title||:||A Dictionary of the English Language|
|Author||:||Samuel Johnson, Robert Gordon Latham|