Definition of Animadverted

1. Verb. (past of animadvert) ¹



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Definition of Animadverted

1. animadvert [v] - See also: animadvert

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Animadverted

anilism
anilite
anilities
anility
anilox
anils
anima
anima mundi
animable
animacies
animacy
animadversion
animadversions
animadversive
animadvert
animadverted (current term)
animadverter
animadverters
animadverting
animadverts
animal
animal(a)
animal-like
animal-worship
animal black
animal cell culture
animal cell immobilisation
animal charcoal
animal communication
animal dander

Literary usage of Animadverted

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1. The History of the Late Province of New-York, from Its Discovery, to the by William Smith, New-York Historical Society (1829)
"The policy of multiplying such summary tribunals, was questioned by the zealous advo- votes of the old trial by jury; and there were some who animadverted ..."

2. A New General Biographical Dictionary by Hugh James Rose (1853)
"... a work of singular accuracy. form of a dialogue, was animadverted upon by Sir Robert Howard, in the preface to his Great Favourite, or Duke of Lerma. ..."

3. The Christian Herald by John Edwards Caldwell (1820)
"... on being urged repeatedly to do so, he was severely animadverted upon by the numerous friends he had called together, and has since been the object of ..."

4. A Scriptural View of Woman's Rights and Duties, in All the Important by Elizabeth Wilson (1849)
"PALEV AND WAYLAND, ON THE MARRIAGE RELATION, animadverted ON. WE will now examine some ethics on the conjugal relation, in standard works,—commencing with a ..."

5. Antitrinitarian Biography: Or, Sketches of the Lives and Writings of by Robert Wallace (1850)
"It was this version, which he dedicated to the University of Wittenberg, and upon which Wolfgang Franzius animadverted with so much severity, ..."

6. Ethica; Or, Characteristics of Men, Manners & Books by Arthur Lloyd Windsor (1860)
"Cicero's Character animadverted on. — Demosthenes. — Hume's Criticism Examined. — Rise of Modern Oratory.—Its Development in England at the Renaissance. ..."

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