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Dictionary of the Vulgar Tongue: extracted from Webster's Online Dictionary - The Rosetta EditionDictionary of the Vulgar Tongue: extracted from Webster's Online Dictionary - The Rosetta EditionIf you like Dictionary of from Webster's Online Dictionary - The Rosetta Edition(TM) [www.websters-online-dictionary.org], you will love this book, which is compiled from the site into one handy reference. In 292 pages, all of your favorite content from the site is put into a concise volume for you to enjoy anywhere. Includes thousands of slangs and definitions from the 1800s. Enjoy!

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BELCH. All sorts of beer; that liquor being apt to cause eructation. BLACK ART. The art of picking a lock. BLACK BOX. A lawyer. BOBBISH. Smart, clever, spruce. CHAP. A fellow; An odd chap; A strange fellow.

$13.95
Slips of Speech: from Webster's Rosetta EditionSlips of Speech: from Webster's Rosetta EditionIf you like Slips of Speech from Webster's Online Dictionary - The Rosetta Edition(TM) [www.websters-online-dictionary.org], you will love this book, which is compiled from the site into one handy reference. In 148 pages, all of your favorite content from the site is put into a concise volume for you to enjoy anywhere. Includes thousands of corrections to everyday errors in speaking and writing. Enjoy!

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Society Slang "This is an elegant day," "that is an elegant view," "Mary is awfully nice," "Jennie is dreadfully sweet," "Gertrude is delicious," and "Tom is perfectly splendid." The use of such extravagant phrases tends to weaken the significance of the words when legitimately employed. Needless pronouns Avoid all pronouns and other words that are not essential to the meaning.

$11.95
Ten Thousand Dreams Interpreted: extracted from Webster's Online Dictionary - The Rosetta EditionTen Thousand Dreams Interpreted: extracted from Webster's Online Dictionary - The Rosetta EditionIf you like Ten Thousand Dreams Interpreted from Webster's Online Dictionary - The Rosetta Edition(TM) [www.websters-online-dictionary.org], you will love this book, which is compiled from the site into one handy reference. In 496 pages, all of your favorite content from the site is put into a concise volume for you to enjoy anywhere. Includes thousands of subjects and themes, and their interpreted meanings in dreams. Enjoy!

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What is a dream?

A dream is an event transpiring in that world belonging to the mind when the objective senses have withdrawn into rest or oblivion. Then the spiritual man is living alone in the future or ahead of objective life and consequently lives man's future first, developing conditions in a way that enables waking man to shape his actions by warnings, so as to make life a perfect existence. The reader should ever keep before his mind the fact that no man ever had the same dream twice. He may have had very similar dreams, but some detail will be missing. Nature seems to abhor duplicates. You could no more find two dreams alike than you could find facsimiles in two blades of grass. A man cannot live two days exactly alike. Different influences and passions will possess him. Consequently, no two dreams can be had under exactly the same influences. Since it is impossible to find a man twice in exactly the same mental state, it is equally impossible for him to dream the same dream twice; therefore, it is only possible to approximate dream interpretation by classing them into families.

$17.95
The Devil's Dictionary: extracted from Webster's Online Dictionary - The Rosetta EditionThe Devil's Dictionary: extracted from Webster's Online Dictionary - The Rosetta EditionIf you like The Devil's Dictionary from Webster's Online Dictionary - The Rosetta Edition(TM) [www.websters-online-dictionary.org], you will love this book, which is compiled from the site into one handy reference. In 208 pages, all of your favorite content from the site is put into a concise volume for you to enjoy anywhere. Includes thousands of pithy and witty definitions by one of this country's most praised and cynical wits. Enjoy!

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LOVE, n. A temporary insanity curable by marriage or by removal of the patient from the influences under which he incurred the disorder. MARRIAGE, n. The state or condition of a community consisting of a master, a mistress and two slaves, making in all, two. LAWYER, n. One skilled in circumvention of the law. LAZINESS, n. Unwarranted repose of manner in a person of low degree.

$13.95

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