Milton S Secrecy

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A Dictionary Of The English Language Abstracted From The Folio Edition Of The Author Fourteenth Edition Corrected Etc

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The second order in dignity or value. Addison. [It is sometimes used adjectively]
Of the second order. Dryden. - SE/CRECY. s. [from secret.]. Privacy; state of being
hidden. Shaks. Solitude; retirement. South. Forbearance of discovery. Hooker.
Fidelity to a secret; taciturnity ... ot). Kept hidden ; not revealed; concealed. Deuter
. Retired; private ; unseen, Milton. Faithful to a secret intrusted. Shaks. Private ;
affording privacy. Milton. Occult; not apparent. bid. Privy ; obscene. SE/CRET. s.

Encyclopaedia Londinensis Or Universal Dictionary Of Arts Sciences And Literature

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SE'CRECY, s. Privacy; state of being hidden; concealment. In Nature's book of
infinite secrecy, A little can I read. Shakspeare. Solitude; retirement; not exposure
to view. Thou in thy secrecy, although alone, Best with thyself accompany'd, seek'
st not Social communication. Milton. Fidelity to a secret; taciturnity inviolate; close
silence.— Secrecy and fidelity were their only qualities. Burnet. SECRET, adj. [
secret, Fr., secretus, Lat.] Kept hidden; not revealed; concealed.—The secret
things ...

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S E O R Thou in thy secrecy, although alone, Best with thyself accompanied,
seek'st not Social communication. Milton, Paradise Lost, viii. 427. There is no
such thing as perfect secrecy, to encourage a rational mind to the perpetration of
any base action; for a man must first extinguish and ut out the great light within
him, his conscience; he must get away from himself, and shake off the thousand
witnesses which he always carries about him, before he can be alone.—South,
Sermons. S.

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SECRET. a. (secret, Fr. secretus, Latin.) 1. Kept hidden; not revealed; concealed (
Deuteronomy). 2. Retired; private; unseen (Milton). 3. Faithful to a secret intrusted
(Shakspeare). 4. Private; affording privacy (Milton). 5. Occult; not apparent (Milton
). 6. Privy; obscene. Se/cret. s. (secret, Fr. secretum, Latin.) 1. Something
studiously hidden (Shakspeare). 2. A thing unknown; something not yet
discovered (Milton). 3. Privacy; secrecy; invisible or undiscovered state (Milton).
To SE'cRET.

A Dictionary Of The English Language

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The secretary, when taken young, is ' tamed.... It has a cry analogous to the eagle
, and usually walks with very long steps, and for a long time without slackening its
pace or stopping. From this it has probably derived the name of messenger. That
of secretary is given it from the tuft of feathers behind the head 1. Have the power
of sight; have by the eye. S E. C. R. Thou in thy secrecy, although alone, Best with
thyself accompanied, seek'st not Social communication. Milton, Paradise Lost ...

A Dictionary Of The English Language

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SECRECY, n. j. Privacy ; state of Dein« hidden ; concealment. Shakspeare.
Solitude; retirement; not exposure to view. Milton. Forbearance of discovery.
Hooker. Fidelity to a secret; taciturnity inviolate) close silence. Ska kspeare.
SECRET, a. ... SECRETARY, я. s. [secretaire, Fr.; secretarius, low Lat.] One
intrusted with the management of business; one who writes for another. Вас.
SECRETARYSHIP, я. s. The office of a secretary. Swift. To SECRETE. ». a. [
secretus, Lat.] To put aside ; to ...

A Dictionary Of The English Language In Which The Words Are Deduced From Their Originals

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Graunt. SEASON. s. (saison, Fr.] 1. One of the four parts of the year, Spring,
Summer, Autumn, Winter. Addison. 2. A time as distinguished; from others. Milton.
3. A fit time ; an opportune concurrence. Philipt. 4. A time not very long. Shakesp.
5. .... Privy , obscene. SECRET. s. [secret, Fr. secretum, Lat] . Something
studiously hidden. Shakesp. z. A thing unknown ; something not yet discove:ed.
Milton. 3. Privacy; secrecy. Milton. To SECRET. v. a. [from the noun.] To keep
private. Bacon.

The Universal English Dictionary

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SECos.–In Architecture,—see Adytum. SECRECY, sekre-se, s. (from Secret.)
Privacy; concealment; retirement; forbearance of discovery; close silence.
SECRET, sekret, a. (French, secreto, Ital. Span. and Port. secretus, Lat.) Kept
hidden or apart; retired; private; faithful to secrets entrusted; Secret Romans, that
have spoke the word, And will not palter.—Shaks. affording privacy; The secret
top Of Oreb or of Sinai.—Milton. occult, or not apparent; My heart, which, by a
secret harmony, Still ...

Nuclear Secrecy And Foreign Policy

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He asked his brother, Dr. Milton S. Eisenhower, to represent the United States on
such a body operating within the Organization of American States. Dr.
Eisenhower made a study tour of Latin America returning to propose, among
other things, a three-part atomic energy program. A U.S. program was put before
the OAS calling for: (1) development at the University of Puerto Rico of a nuclear
training center for Spanish speaking peoples, (2) U.S. contributions to nuclear
research and ...