A Spelling-Book for Advanced Classes

A Spelling-Book for Advanced Classes

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A Spelling-Book for Advanced Classes by Oliver Optic

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A Spelling-Book for Advanced Classes

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This work, as its title indicates, is intended for the use of Advanced Classes,—for scholars who are, to some extent, familiar with the principles of pronunciation and syllabication. It is not intended to supersede the ordinary Spelling-Book, but rather to follow it, as a practical application of the pupil's knowledge, not only in spelling, but in dividing and pronouncing the more difficult words in common use.

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1. epaulet 2. plaice 3. kitchen 4. impurity 5. gorgeous 6. imperial 7. depreciate 8. æolian 9. chemical 10. appraisement 11. jugular 12. occiput 13. glacier 14. reducible 15. surgeon 16. breviary 17. treasonable 18. oceanic 19. sermonize 20. canonical 21. ephemeral 22. reëngage 23. depredate 24. vicinage 25. plummet 26. Laodicean 27. cherubim 28. greenness 29. barometer 30. incommode

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1. ephod 2. brevier 3. imitable 4. deprivation 5. alimony 6. chalice 7. jelly 8. ochre 9. phlox 10. recede 11. geometry 12. symbolic 13. imputable 14. serous 15. treacle 16. canonize 17. epicene 18. symmetry 19. deputize 20. receivable 21. chalybeate 22. neutrality 23. phonography 24. knack 25. gorget 26. epic 27. derangement 28. imperious 29. brigantine 30. analogy

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1. juice 2. octagonal 3. chestnut 4. reëchoes 5. serrated 6. glacis 7. pimpernel 8. incomparable 9. shiny 10. cantata 11. Epicurean 12. surmise 13. dereliction 14. refinement 15. surname 16. chevron

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