Image from page 863 of “The Century dictionary and cyclopedia; a work of universal reference in all departments of knowledge, with a new atlas of the world ..” (1897)

Image from page 863 of “The Century dictionary and cyclopedia; a work of universal reference in all departments of knowledge, with a new atlas of the world ..” (1897)
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Title: The Century dictionary and cyclopedia; a work of universal reference in all departments of knowledge, with a new atlas of the world ..
Year: 1897 (1890s)
Authors: Whitney, William Dwight, 1827-1894 Smith, Benjamin E. (Benjamin Eli), 1857-1913
Subjects: English language Atlases Biography Encyclopedias and dictionaries
Publisher: New York : The Century Co.
Contributing Library: University of California Libraries
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of bliss more brightly glow.Chastised by sabler tints of woe. Gray, Ode on Vicissitude.Sable antelope, an antelope, JUjypotragits (or ^-Er/ocerus)niger, — Sable mouse, the lemming, Myodes l&mmus. Seecut under lemming.sable (sabl), r. t.; pret. and pp. sabled, ppr.sabVmij. [< saUe, )(.] To make like sable incolor; darken; blacken; hence, figuratively, tomake sad or dismal; sadden. And sabled all in black the shady sky. G. Fletcher, Christs Triumph over Death. sable-fish (sabl-fish), «. The hilsah of theGanges. sableize (sabl-iz), r. t.; pret. and pp. snhleised,ppr. sabhi:iii(j. [< sable + -j.-e.] To makeblack; blacken; darken. Also sahelhe. Some cluoniclers that write of kingdomes statesDo so absurdly sableize my WhiteWith Maskes and Enterludes by day and night. Darriea, Papers Complaint, 1. 241. (Dairies.) sable-stoled (sabl-stold), «. Wearing a blackstole; hence, clothed or robed in black.The sable-stoled sorcerers bear his worshipt ark. Milton, Nativity, 1. 220. sacar

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A Member of the Scots Greys, a British cavalry regiment, wearingSabretash. (After drawing by Elizabeth Butler.) sabuline (sabu-lin), a. [< L. sabulum, sand, + -/(■!.] Same as sabtdons.sabulose (sabij-16s), a. [< L. sabvlosus, sandy: see .tabidoiis.} 1. Same as sabulous.—2. In bof., growing in sandy places.sabulosity (sab-u-losi-ti), re. [=Pg. sabnlosi- dade; as sabulose + -iiy.i The quality of being ,, .,,-,,, „, ,, „ , sabulous; sandiness; gi-ittiness. sable-vested (sa bl-vested), a. Clothed with sabulous (sabii-lus), «. [= Sp. Pg. sabuhso = It. sabbioso, i L. sabulosus, sandy, < sabulum, black. Sable {Mustfta zibttiifia With him [Chaos] enthronedSat sable-vested Night, eldest of things.The consort of his reign. Milton, P. L., a second set of longer hairs, kinTcy like the first but com-ing to the sui-face, and fewer longer glistening hairs,bristly to the very roots. The pursuit of the sable forms an important industry in Siberia. The pelt is in the best sabli^re-^ (

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