from The Century Dictionary.

  • Additional.

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  • adjective rare Additional.

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  • adjective additional - George Herbert.


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  • When he goes into the synagogue, does he find them praying the additionary prayer?

    From the Talmud and Hebraica

  • Common gratitude must be kept alive by the additionary fuel of new courtesies: but generous gratitudes, though but once well obliged, without quickening repetitions or expectation of new favours, have thankful minds for ever; for they write not their obligations in sandy but marble memories, which wear not out but with themselves.

    Christian Morals

  • R. Jannai standing and praying in the streets of Tsippor, and going four cubits, and then praying the additionary prayer. "

    From the Talmud and Hebraica


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