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CHARACTERISTIC DEFINITIONS.

When the following exercise has become familiar in the order in which it stands, it should be reversed, taking the answer for the question.

What are those persons called who worship Idols? Idolaters, Heathen, or Pagans.

What are those who take God's name in vain? Profane.

What are those who do not keep the Sabbath holy? Sabbath breakers.

What are those who eat human flesh? Cannibals.

What are those who have not learned to read, or work, or govern their passions? Savages.

What are those who are cruel, and don't know what, is right? Barbarians,

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What are those who kill others? Murderers.
What are those who steal ? Thieves.
What are those who do not speak the truth? Liars.

What are those who hurt folks or animals, and do not pity them? Cruel.

What are those who love to injure others, and intend to hurt them? Malicious.

What are those who do not give as much as they pretend? Cheats.

What are those who do not like to see others happy and beloved ? Envious.

What are those who desire others' things? Covetous.

What are those who try to do things without others' seeing them?

Sly. What are those who wish to make others think they are good, when they are not? Hypocrites.

What are those who eat too much? Gluttons.

What are those who don't take care for any but themselves? Selfish.

What are those who will hurt those who hurt them? Revengeful.

What are those who think themselves better than others? Proud.

What are those who are so fond of keeping their things, they will not use them, nor let others? Parsi.

What are those who govern with cruelty? Tyrants.

What are those who care most to please the senses and appetite?

Sensual. What are those who make it all their business to get money and lay it up? Misers.

What are those who think others do not love them? Jealous.

What are those who do not like to do anything? Slothful.

What are those who are quarrelsome and noisy? Wranglers.

What are those who are anxious to get thin gs for themselves? Avaricious. What are those who drink strong drink? Intemperate

monious.

What are those who are made crazy with strong drink? Intoxicated.

What are persons called who are often intoxicated? Drunkards.

What are those who eat and drink no more than is good for them?

Temperate. What are those who eat and drink

very

little? Abstemious.

What are those who laugh a great deal? Merry. What are those who talk a great deal? Loquacious.

What are those who are bold in wickedness ? Audacious.

What are those who are severe and harsh ? Austere.

What are those who meddle with that which is not their business? Meddlesome.

What are those who are busy to find out everything? Inquisitive.

What are those who are bold to ask a great many questions about others' business? Impertinent.

What are those who are in a hurry, and are unwilling to wait for what they want? Impatient.

What are those who are quick to get angry with everything that does not please them? Irritable.

What are those who are quick to gain a knowledge of things? Ingenious.

What are those who have the knowledge of letters, of work, and good manners? Civilized.

What are those who work to some good purpose ? Industrious.

What are those who are constant at their work? Diligent.

What are such as cannot bear pain or trouble without complaining? Murmurers.

What is it when we are pleased with others and wish to make them happy? Love.

What are those who wish good to all? Benevolent.

What are those who do good to the evil and unthankful? Merciful.

What are those who delight to help others? Kind.

What are those who give to every one what they ought to have?

Just.

What are those who are careful to serve God in every way?

Pious. What are those who delight in prayer and praise? Devout.

What are those who are quiet, and think others better than themselves? Humble.

What are those who can bear ill treatment without being offended? Meek.

What are those who study to say and do what is best? Prudent.

What are those who give to the poor? Charitable.

What are those who are ardent in what they do? Zealous.

What are those who do a great deal to help people and wish to make all happy?- Philanthropists.

What are those who have good and handsome manners? Polite.

What are those who have warm and active passions? Ardent.

What are those who are pleasing and sociable? Companionable.

What are those who are pleasing in conversation, and easy in their manners?

Affable. What are those who are afraid they cannot do as they should do? Diffident.

What are those who believe and love, that which they do not know to be right? Bigots.

What are those who are not afraid ? Courageous.

What are those who are plain and artless? Simple.

What are those who are willing to bear pain and trouble because it is God who gives it? Resigned.

DEFINITIONS OF ARTS AND SCIENCES.

What is a person called who has the knowledge of some art? A Mechanic.

What is a Farmer? One who tills the ground, to raise food for men and cattle.

What is a Blacksmith ? ' One who makes things of

iron.

Cordwainer, one who makes boots and shoes
Saddler, one who makes harnesses and saddles for

horses
Carpenter, one who makes houses
Mason, one who builds chimneys and brick houses
Cabinet-maker, one who makes tables bureaus, and

other furniture Glazier, one who sets glass in windows Painter, one who paints Cooper, one who makes barrels and tubs Tanner, one who makes leather from skins Currier, one who blacks and dresses off leather Printer, one who prints papers and books Bookbinder, one who puts a cover on a book after it is

printed Tailor, one who makes clothes Whitesmith, one who works in polished iron, and makes

tools and instruments Tinner, one who makes vessels of tin Pewterer, one who works in pewter and makes basons

and plates Plumber, one who works in lead Barber, one who shaves and cuts hair Goldsmith, one who works in gold and silver Gauger, one who measures vessels Cutler, one who makes or sells knives, and other edged

instruments Brewer, one who makes beer Butcher, one who kills and sells meat Baker, one who makes bread to sell Founder, one who shapes melted metals in moulds for

any use Potter, one who makes earthen vessels of clay Merchant, one whose business is to buy and sell Haberdasher, one who sells small things Engraver, one who cuts figures and letters in stone and

metal Grocer, one who sells sugar, molasses, raisins, figs, and

other eatables

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