Home, stay, placa, resi- dence, domicile, habitation, lodging*. Destroy, eradicate, in- validate, make void, obliterate, extir- pate, abrogate, annul, subvert, cancel, revoke, quash, nullify, overthrow, an- nihilate, supersede, suppress,expunge. Support, sustain, cherish, pro- mote, continue, confirm, restore, re- pair, revive, reinstate, enact, institute, re-enact. Abhorrent, foul, accursed, detestable, hateful, horrible, loathsome, odious, offensive, execra- ble, nauseous, impure. Delectable, desirable, admira- ble, enjoyable, lovable, charming, de- lightful, grateful, pure. Erratic, devious, di- vergent, incontinuous, desultory, dis- connected, wandering, idiotic, incon- sistent, inconsecutive, abnormal, ex- ceptional. Continuous, rectilineal, true, consistent, uniform, consecutive, nor- mal, natural, faithful, regular. Wandering, diver- gence, deviation, desultoriness, ram- bling, disconnectedness, hallucination, inconsecutiveness, idiocy, insanity, ex- ception, abnormity. Uniformity, consecutiveness, continuity, connectedness, principle, law, order, type, norm, project, line, tenor, progression, rectiliuearity, reg- ularity.
Primordial, pri- meval, pristine, autochthonic, imme- morial, indigenous, native, original. Subsequent, adventitious, im- ported, exotic, immigrant, recent, up- start, modern, late, novel, fresh. friend, close friend, buddy (informal), mate (informal), pal, comrade, chum (informal), mucker (Brit. informal), bosom friend, familiar, confidant or confidante, (constant) companion, that Master Sam had a native talent that might, undoubtedly, have raised him to eminence in political life,--a talent of making capital out of everything that turned up, to be invested for his own especial praise and glory; and having done up his piety and humility, as he trusted, to the satisfaction of the parlor, he clapped his palm-leaf on his head, with a sort of rakish, free-and-easy air, and proceeded to the dominions of Aunt Chloe, with the intention of flourishing largely in the kitchen. For the solution of -Cross Word Puzzles special attention is called also to the lists of Americanisms and Briticisms and the immensely valuable table of Homonyms (words spelt alike but differing in use) original features of easily recognized importance. L,ato Professor elect of Logic and Rhetoric in the University of Wisconsin, late Superintendent of Public Instruction State of Wisconsin, Ei-Presiaent Illinois Wesleyan University, Member of tho Philosophical Society of Great Britain, author of "The Sup- plemental Dictionary," "Hand Book of Abbreviations," &c. The special works of Roget, Soule, Skeats, Campbell, Archdeacon Smith, etc., and the various standard dic- tionaries, have been laid under contribution for this work. Abridgment,re- duction, contraction, curtailment, ab- stract, summary, epitome, condensa- tion, compression. Elongation, prolongation, ex- tension, production, amplification, en- largement, expansion, dilation, expa- tiation, explication, dilution.