write 测验EN[ɹaɪt] [-aɪt]
- 问题 1 :
The ____ of Ayle was an ancient English ____ which lay against a stranger who had dispossessed the demandant of land of which his grandfather died seized.
Cacoethes. Gr[eek] — Literally an evil habit or cuſtom. It is never quoted alone, but always in combination with ſome other word, as in the three instances which follow. Cacoethes carpendi. — "a rage for collecting." [ …] Cacoethes loquendi. — "a rage for ſpeaking." [ …] Cacoethes ſcribendi. — "An itch for _______." [ …]