Abear - to bear or endure.
Animal spirits—liveliness, vivacity.
Apollyon—an angel of the bottomless pit.
Webster's 1828 Dictionary:
APOL''LYON, n. [Gr. destroying.]The destroyer; a name used Rev. 9:11, for the angel of the bottomless pit, answering to the Hebrew Abaddon.
Art.–An abbreviation for one of the 39 Articles of the Anglican Religion.
Bearer—a house servant.
Found in the story of Little Henry and His Bearer by Mary Martha Sherwood.
Beulah—a beautiful, pleasant land in John Bunyan's The Pilgrim's Progress.
Box ears—to strike someone.
Brown study—deep thought.
Carryall—a horse-drawn carriage.
Webster's 1913 Dictonary: Car"ry*all' (?), n. [Corrupted fr. cariole.] A light covered carriage, having four wheels and seats for four or more persons, usually drawn by one horse.
Chaise—a two wheel carriage.
Webster's 1828 Dictionary: Chaise (?), n. [F. chaise seat, or chair, chaise or carriage, for chaire, from a peculiar Parisian pronunciation. See Chair.]1. A two-wheeled carriage for two persons, with a calash top, and the body hung on leather straps, or thoroughbraces. It is usually drawn by one horse.
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