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Synonyms for application

the condition of being put to use

the giving of a medication, especially by prescribed dosage

steady attention and effort, as to one's occupation

a document used in applying, as for a job

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Unless I had been animated by an almost supernatural enthusiasm, my application to this study would have been irksome and almost intolerable.
He produced the little casket, and made exactly the same application which he had afterwards made to me.
I awaited the man's return, free from the slightest feeling of anxiety about the manner in which his master might receive my application.
Fairlie has nothing to add but the expression of his decision, in reference to the highly irregular application that has been made to him.
But as this work is chiefly recommended to those who know how to read it, and how to make the good uses of it which the story all along recommends to them, so it is to be hoped that such readers will be more leased with the moral than the fable, with the application than with the relation, and with the end of the writer than with the life of the person written of.
Her application to a sober life and industrious management at last in Virginia, with her transported spouse, is a story fruitful of instruction to all the unfortunate creatures who are obliged to seek their re-establishment abroad, whether by the misery of transportation or other disaster; letting them know that diligence and application have their due encouragement, even in the remotest parts of the world, and that no case can be so low, so despicable, or so empty of prospect, but that an unwearied industry will go a great way to deliver us from it, will in time raise the meanest creature to appear again the world, and give him a new case for his life.
Mrs Boffin next suggested application to their clergyman for a likely orphan.
An unwonted application of corn to the horse, and of paint and varnish to the carriage, when both fell in as a part of the Boffin legacy, had made what Mr Boffin considered a neat turn-out of the whole; and a driver being added, in the person of a long hammer-headed young man who was a very good match for the horse, left nothing to be desired.
Miss Bella's Mr Boffin comes any more of his nonsense to ME, I only wish him to understand, as betwixt man and man, that he does it at his per--' and was going to say peril; but Miss Lavinia, having no confidence in his mental powers, and feeling his oration to have no definite application to any circumstances, jerked his stopper in again, with a sharpness that made his eyes water.
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