A rhyming, spelling and pronouncing dictionary of the English language in which, I. the whole language is arranged according to its terminations : II. every word is explained and divided into syllables exactly as pronounced ... to which ... is added an index of allowable rhymes, with authorities for their usage from our best poets.
|Main Author:||Walker, John, 1732-1807.|
New York : Dick & Fitzgerald, [186-?]
New and rev. ed.
706 p. ;
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