And when thou readest the second formula, if it be that thou art in ament thou takest thy form of earth again.
I got one suit and took the rest out in ament's old garments, which didn't fit me in any noticeable way.
Fund′ament, the lower part or seat of the body; Fundamental′ity.
When he had been with ament little more than a year Sam had become office favorite and chief standby.
Sam's two years at ament's were now complete, and Orion induced him to take employment on the Journal.
The despatch made Mr. ament say a great deal more than this, but the gist here is enough.
Then it suddenly developed that the cable report had "grossly exaggerated" the amount of Mr. ament's collections.
The little boy Sam, at twelve, was apprenticed to a printer named ament.
Clemens in the same paper replied that such was not his intent, that Mr. ament in his report had simply arraigned himself.
He remained with ament until his brother Orion bought out a small paper in Hannibal in 1850.
ament a·ment (ā'měnt', ā'mənt)
A person whose intellectual capacity remains undeveloped.