Carac´tacus or Caradoc, king of the sil´urês (Monmouthshire, etc.).
Their appetites increased daily, and so did the anger and envy of Mr. sil Reese.
Cilice, sil′is, n. hair-cloth: a penitential garment made of hair-cloth.
The principal river of Galicia is the Minho, with its tributary the sil.
sil′veriness, the state of being silvery; sil′vering, the operation of covering with silver: the silver so used.
sil y a quelques nouvelles de Berlin, Mr. Gallatin est suppli den faire part.
Bhuail gaol o a sil an Garbh borb, agus dh' innis cia as doibh.
This sil Reese was certainly a mean man, as has, perhaps, been set down in this sketch before.
silladar, sil′a-dr, n. a member of a troop of irregular cavalry.
Ah, sil, if God had not willed otherwise I should have had a boy just your age now.