Ar*rect" (#), Ar*rect"ed, a. [L. arrectus, p. p. of arrigere to raise, erect; ad + regere to lead straight, to direct.]

1.

Lifted up; raised; erect.

2.

Attentive, as a person listening.

[Obs.]

God speaks not the idle and unconcerned hearer, but to the vigilant and arrect. Smalridge.

 

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Ar*rect", v. t.

1.

To direct.

[Obs.]

My supplication to you I arrect. Skelton.

2. [See Aret.]

To impute.

[Obs.]

Sir T. More.

 

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