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ONE HUNDRED AND SEVENTY-FIFTH STUDY.
THE ORGAN OF BREATHING.
The use of the organ of breathing helps us to some words. Breathe, breath, soul, ghost, life, live.
ONE HUNDRED AND SEVENTY-SIXTH STUDY.
THE COVERING OF THE BODY.
THE need of covering or defending the body helps us to a useful group of words.
Cloth, clothing, mantle, hat, glove, hose, shoe, shroud, sheet, home, house, hut, hovel, hamlet, shed, cot, cottage, hall, town, skin, hide, bark, maple, shield, cap, shoulder, pride, pretty, bury, clothe, deck, screen, swaddle, stable, pen, roof, board, spare, shield, wallow.
ONE HUNDRED AND SEVENTY-SEVENTH STUDY.
Food and its use help us to some words.
Food, feed, meat, oats, ham, farm, poppy, dine, craw, carve, soak, swoop.
MAN is a social being, and as such furnishes us with
ONE HUNDRED AND SEVENTY-EIGHTH STUDY.
Man, in his form and growth and conditions of life, gives us some words.
Man, woman, queen, knight, swain, boor, bear, ail, hallow, yawn, bide, rest, rouse, heal, quake, death, wise, wisdom, wicked.
ONE HUNDRED AND SEVENTY-NINTH STUDY.
THE household is the first form of society, and gives a rich class of words.
Husband, wife, father, mother, child, son, daughter, brother, sister, bairn, kin, kindred, steward, kiss, ask, meet, scorch, clean, sweep, wash, wipe, quench, foster, warm, rinse, rear, dear, darling.
ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTIETH STUDY.
DIFFERENT forms of society branch out from the household. The church and state are the chief, and supply some words.
Fellow, neighbor, guest, yeoman, henchman, hireling, hire, friend, elder, bishop, sheriff, canon, monk, nun, provost, ruler, priest, worship, bow, taunt, bet, gain, bargain, harbor, loss.
ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY-FIRST STUDY.
BUSINESS OF MAN.
The business or occupations of man furnish some words, the names of some instruments and works.
Box, chest, deck, weir, ripe, swear, cook, bake, grind, knit, whittle, hem, sew, fish, steer, row, toil, boil, wreck, sail, swamp, farm, till, weed, mow, fan, hire, frame, build, buy, store, sell, boast, cup, gild, rear, fix.
THE earth and the heavens act upon the body of man, and help us to the names of bodies and their qualities.
ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY-SECOND STUDY.
THE land, water, minerals, plants and animals of the earth help us to many words.
1. EARTH.--Heath, heathen, earth, hearth, island. . 2. LAND.-- Land, hill, sward, ledge.
3. WATER.—Water, sea, stream, swift, flow, thaw, flood, drown, tide, bay, creek, sound.
4. MINERALS.--Lead, steel, sand.
5. PLANTS.--Book, limb, barn, grass, grain, grow, flay, fir, linden, yew, ivy, madder, leaf, blossom, blight, mildew.
6. ANIMALS.—Bird, nail, claw, scale, rampant, tame, stray, skin, ride, swim, rush, welter, graze, lick, worry, grin, tear, fly, teem, flutter, swarm, bean.
ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY-THIRD STUDY.
The heavens, and what they contain, supply us with some words.
Heaven, sun, light, ray, day, dawn, morn, morning, daisy, Sunday, Monday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, twilight, weather, dazzle, gleam, sprinkle, shade, set, blast, breeze, storm, shower, cloud.
ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY-FOURTH STUDY.
THE shapes of things act upon our senses, and are named.
Shape, ship, shop, shilling, rib, form, draw, draft, sketch, world.
ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY-FIFTH STUDY.
THE size or dimension of things acts upon our senses, and aids us in forming some words.
Size, long, length, side, end, tall, short, thumb, liver, board, broad, spade, lungs, farthing, boot, some, all, great, part, weigh, deal, leech, dwindle, swell.
ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY-SIXTH STUDY.
THE places of things are brought into notice by the things, and help us to some words.
Room, stead, stern, oar, pier, harbor, through, land, hell, grave.
ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY-SEVENTH STUDY.
THE things without us are active, and as one thing succeeds another, we get the notion of time-get it from suc
Time, winter, summer, watch. .
ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY-EIGHTH STUDY.
RELATIONS OF THINGS IN PLACE AND TIME.
THESE are noticed, and give us some words.
In, out, to, of, from, towards, by, with, near, about, around, above, under, down, up, for, through, first, prime.
ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY-NINTH STUDY.
CONNECTIONS OF THINGS IN PLACE AND TIME.
WE observe these, and get from this quarter some words.
And, but, if, though, or, as, so, that, lest, still, till, since, then, else, yet, than.
THE SOUL AND GOD.
The body and the world could not aid the organ of speech to form words without the soul and God.