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Appendix: Word Division

Novel (Romance) | U of South Carolina P | 1972
Transcription 558WORD DIVISION

436.26daylight
438.27nonsense
440.18shot-bag
446.7worthless
452.21likewise
455.35turn-uppy
460.25tom-cat (460.3)
461.19tom-tiger
476.31footsteps (257.27)
484.11to-morrow
486.23owl-schreech
486.35head-dress
487.4head-dress
491.3Honeymoon
491.14settled-down
492.4to-morrow
498.26endless
499.35outhouse
502.13housekeeping
503.16buckshot
503.19dining-room
509.4Brotherhood


Table C

Listed here are compounds, or possible compounds, which are
hyphenated at the end of a line in the copy-texts and the Centennial
edition text.

91.32-3 race-(course (i.e., race-course)
132.37-133-1 house-(holder (i.e., householder)
141.17-8horse-(whip (i.e., horsewhip; cf. 65.6)
180.14-5handsomely-(turned (i.e., handsomely-turned)
223.13-4full-(grown (i.e., full-grown)
274.14-5marrow-(bones (i.e., marrow-bones; cf. 349.r8)
347.11-2along-(side (i.e., alongside)
372.16-7north easter (i.e., north-easter)
422.14-5pepper-(vinegar (i.e., pepper-vinegar)
424.27-8onder-(writers (i.e., onder-writers; cf. 423.36)