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  • Hamilton ‎(“a surname”) +‎ -ian, alluding to either Irish mathematician William Rowan Hamilton (1805-1865) or American politician Alexander Hamilton (1755-1804)
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  • (food, water, money, etc.) that is required to stay alive. 1788, Alexander Hamilton, The Federalist, Dawson, Federalist 79, page 548: In the general
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  • retrospected) To look or refer back to; to reflect on 1800: Alexander Hamilton, Letter from Alexander Hamilton, Concerning the Public Conduct and Character of John
    2 KB (175 words) - 16:03, 7 February 2016
  • of griping. (pinching and spasmodic pain in the intestines) 1727, Alexander Hamilton, A new account of the East Indies The same Night it began to operate
    965 bytes (84 words) - 04:04, 5 September 2015
  • confidence, men who have never ceased to misadvise you! (The Works of Alexander Hamilton; p. 234) Webster's New World Dictionary (Second College Edition)
    369 bytes (47 words) - 07:31, 15 August 2015
  • being displaced; a putting out of place. (Can we date this quote?) Alexander Hamilton Unnecessary displacement of funds. (Can we date this quote?) William
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  • pusillanimous and supine, and openly exposed to any temptation. 1788, Alexander Hamilton, The Federalist, published 1863, page 237: If the power of affording
    5 KB (301 words) - 13:54, 2 February 2016
  • (comparable, rare) Approximating or approaching exact equivalence. 1788, Alexander Hamilton and James Madison, The Federalist, XLI: The terms of Article 8th are
    7 KB (454 words) - 18:59, 18 January 2016
  • rapacious, superlative most rapacious) Voracious; avaricious. 1787, Alexander Hamilton, Federalist No. 6: Concerning Dangers from Dissensions Between the
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  • countries Hamiltonian From the portrait of Alexander Hamilton featured on them. Hamilton ‎(plural Hamiltons) (slang) A United States ten-dollar bill.
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  • loyal supporter. A soldier in a former elite Turkish guard. 1788, Alexander Hamilton, The Federalist Papers, Federalist No. 67 -- The Executive Department:
    3 KB (90 words) - 16:32, 25 January 2016
  • stubble (as the common saying is) or looke about for grape-seed. 1788, Alexander Hamilton, The Federalist Papers, Federalist No. 67, The Executive Department:
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  • authoritative command or order to do something; an effectual decree. 1788, Alexander Hamilton, Federalist no. 73 The reflection that the fate of a fellow-creature
    2 KB (218 words) - 02:52, 18 January 2016
  • which is in the mind, is called the "idea" of hunger, cold, etc. Alexander Hamilton (ca.1756-1804) Notion, again, signifies either the act of apprehending
    6 KB (393 words) - 01:08, 17 January 2016
  • refractory) Obstinate and unruly; strongly opposed to something. 1787, Alexander Hamilton, “No. 16”, in The Federalist, published 1863, page 103: […] in most
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  • extension) A law or other measure that is no longer enforced 1787, Alexander Hamilton, Federalist Papers, Federalist no. 22: Laws are a dead letter, without
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  • not the style of the common law, but of court sycophants. 1787 — Alexander Hamilton, Federalist No. 71 They know from experience that they sometimes err;
    6 KB (472 words) - 18:58, 18 January 2016
  • Wikipedia Federalist Party American political party founded by Alexander Hamilton. It formally existed from 1792 to 1816, with remnants lasting into
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  • character. In this character they have a negative on the laws. 1788, Alexander Hamilton, Federalist no. 68 The qualified negative of the President differs
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  • halcyon or kingfisher Calm, undisturbed, peaceful, serene. 1787 — Alexander Hamilton, Federalist Papers No. 30 Reflections of this kind may have trifling
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