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... An Universal Etymological English Dictionary was a dictionary compiled by Nathan Bailey (or Nathaniel Bailey) and first published in London in 1721 ... It was the most popular English dictionary of the eighteenth century ... editions of Edward Phillips's The New World of English Words ...
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