Amiel

Amiel (Am`iel) , a professor of æsthetics, and afterwards of ethics at Geneva, who is known to the outside world solely by the publication of selections from his Journal in 1882-84, which teems with suggestive thoughts bearing on the great vital issues of the day, and which has been translated into English by Mrs. Humphrey Ward.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Amice * Amiens`
America, Russian
America, South
America, Spanish
American Fabius
American Indians
Ameri`go-Vespuc`ci
Ames, Joseph
Amha`ra
Amherst, Lord
Amice
Am`iel
Amiens`
Amiran`tes
Ammana`ti, Bartolomeo
Ammia`nus Marcelli`nus
Ammirato
Am`mon
Ammonia
Ammonio, Andrea
Ammonites
Ammonites

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Amiel in Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable