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œconomick (comparative more œconomick, superlative most œconomick)

  1. Obsolete form of economic.
    • 1777, The London Magazine, page 247:
      Lord Bute ſucceeded his Grace, and we may preſume, by his œconomick plan, for leſſening the expences of his majeſty’s houſehold, such as retrenching ſeveral tables, introducing board wages, &c. no addition was made in his adminiſtration.