By J. R. Clark-Hall
The dictionary is beneficial if the phrases you're looking for are indexed. I keep in mind that to have a dictionary of each model of the previous english language isn't possible yet why checklist a note with a "see [such and this type of word]" if the observe you try to determine isn't indexed?
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Adolescenţă adolescence; synonyms (n) immaturity, boyhood, juvenility, puberty, youth, childhood, majority, minority, prime, age, greenness, infancy, spring, teen. adolescentin adolescent; synonyms (adj) immature, young, teen, youthful, boyish, childish, infantile, jejune, puerile, teenage, (n) juvenile, teenager, minor, stripling, youngster, youth, child; antonyms (n) adult, infant. adoptare adoption; synonyms (n) acceptance, espousal, assumption, borrowing, cooptation, enactment, maintenance, affiliation, adaptation, use, employment, support, adopting, backing, betrothal, bridal, championship, credence, (adj) conversion, inspiration, justification, regeneration, salvation, sanctification, beatification, theopathy, (v) passage, clause, conveyance, corridor.
Acceptare acceptance; synonyms (n) acceptation, acknowledgment, adoption, recognition, accession, acquiescence, approval, assumption, confirmation, credence, ratification, receipt, welcome, belief, admission, agreement, assent, consent, espousal, popularity, reception, resignation; antonyms (n) rejection, refutation, dispatch. 27 acces 1. access; synonyms (n) admission, approach, entrance, entry, admittance, entree, gate, attack, doorway, entryway, fit, opening, outburst, passage, (v) enter, infiltrate; antonym (n) exit, 2.
Sough; synonyms (n) cloaca, culvert, dike, ditch, drain, gully, main, moat, sewer, (v) groan, moan, sigh, 3. seed; synonyms (n) germ, issue, posterity, root, offspring, progeny, origin, nucleus, brood, embryo, source, beginning, berry, breed, core, cum, race, semen, spawn, ejaculate, litter, (v) sow, (adj) crumb, bit, cantlet, flitter, gobbet, inch, mite, morsel. a sesiza sight; synonyms (n) vision, glimpse, prospect, scene, show, view, aspect, eye, eyesight, outlook, spectacle, glance, ken, look, opinion, perception, perspective, (v) aim, spot, see, appearance, descry, discern, perceive, behold, detect, find, notice, observe, (adj) eyesore.
A Concise Anglo-Saxon dictionary by J. R. Clark-Hall