chambers 20th century dictionary in a sentence
- Chambers 20th Century Dictionary uses the accent . talk ) 22 : 10, 2 September 2010 ( UTC)
- Chambers 20th Century Dictionary, New Edition 1983, page 564, column 1 . talk ) 13 : 10, 15 June 2010 ( UTC)
- :According to " Chambers 20th Century Dictionary ", a patient is " one who bears or suffers : a person under medical or surgical treatment : a physician's client ".
- Now, Chambers 20th Century Dictionary, 1983 edition, page 962, says of " phonophore " " a sound-conducting apparatus, of various kinds : a device for telephoning and telegraphing simultaneously by the same wire ".
- :Chambers 20th Century Dictionary, 1983 edition has "-ish, adjective suffix signifying somewhat . . . or like or similar to . . . sometimes implying deprecation " and gives the root as the Old English suffix "-isc ".
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- "Chambers 20th Century Dictionary " does not recognize the use of " tuffet " for a piece of furniture, and the " Oxford English Dictionary " . says that it only " perhaps " means hassock or footstool, suggesting that this usage is due to a misunderstanding of the nursery rhyme " Little Miss Muffet ".