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Opal, a precious stone of almost Pastry, the room where pastry was | Possessed, acquainted with, fully
Open, publicly [all colours Patch, a term of reproach [made]
Operant, active
[racter Patched, in a parti-coloured coat Possessed, afflicted with madness
Opinion, obstinacy, conceit, cha- Path, to walk
Potch, to push violently
Opposite, adverse, hostile, adver- Pathetical, deeply affected [pose Potents, potentates finnes
Opposition, combat
[sary Patient, to make patient, to com- Pouncet-box, a small box for per-
Or, before
Patine, a dish used with the cha- Power, forces, an army
Orbs, circles made by the fairies lice, in the administration of Practice, unlawful or insicus
Orchard, a garden [on the ground the Eucharist
[able arts
Order, measures
Practise, to employ unwarrant-
Practisants, confederates in ra-

Pattern, instance, example
Pavin, a dance
Paucas, few

Pay, to beat, to hit

Peat, a word of endearment
Pedascule, a pedant
Peer, to come out, to appear
Peevish, foolish

tagems [tatiously, to piume
Prank, to adorn, to dress osten-
Precedent, original draft
Precept, a justice's warrant
Precisian, a great pretender to
Peize, to balance, to keep in sus-Prefer, to recommend, to ad-
pense, to weigh down
Pregnancy, readiness [apposite
Pelting, paltry, petty, inconsi- Pregnant, ready, plain, evident,
Pennons, small flags [derable Pregnant enemy, the enemy of
Penthesilia, Amazon
Perch, a measure of five yards and
Perdurable, lasting [a half
Perdy, par Dieu, a French oath
Perfect, certain, well informed
Perfections, liver, brain, and heart
Perjure, a perjured person
Periapts, charms sewed up and
worn about the neck


Ordinance, rank
Orgulous, proud, disdainful
Osprey, a kind of eagle
Ostent, show, ostentation
Ostentation, show, appearance
Overblow, to drive away, to keep
Overture, opening or discovery [off
Ounce, a small tiger, or tiger-cat
Ouph, fairy, goblin
Ousel-cock, the cock blackbird
Out, be gone

Out, full, complete
Outlook, to face down [gleek
Outvied, a term at the game of
Outward, not in the secret


Owe, to own, possess, govern
Ox-lip, the great cowslip


Premised, sent before the time
Prenominate, already named
Pre-ordinance, ordinance already
[a public room
Presence, the presence-chamber,
Presence, dignity of mien, form,
Prest, ready
Pretence, design, intention
Pretend, to intend, design
Pretended, purposed or intended
Prevent, to anticipate
Prick, the point on the dial
Pricks, prickles, skewers
Pride, haughty power
Prig, to filch

Perspectives, certain optical glass-
Pervert, to avert
Pew-fellow, a companion
Pheere. See Feere [or curry
Pheeze, to teaze or beat, to comb
Pia mater, the membrane cover-
ing the substance of the brain
Pick, to pitch
Picked, nicely dressed, foppish
Pickers, the hands

Picking, piddling, insignificant
Pickt-hatch, a place noted for

Pack, to bargain with

Pack, combined, an accomplice
Packing, plotting, underhand
Paddock, toad [contrivance
Pagan, a loose, vicious person
Pageant, a dumb show
Puid, punished

Pain, penalty

Pains, labour, toil
Palabras, words

Pale, to empale, encircle with a
Pall, to wrap, to invest [crown
Palled, vapid

Palmers, holy pilgrims
Pulmy, victorious
Palter, to juggle, or shuffle
Paper, to write down, or ap- Pilled, pillaged

point by writing
Paper, written securities
Parcel, reckon up
Parc l-gilt, gilt only on certain
Parish-top, a large top formerly
kept in every village to be
whipped for exercise
Paritor, an apparitor, an officer
of the bishop's court
Parle, parley
Parlous, perilous
Parlous, keen, shrewd
Part, to depart
Partake, to participate
Partaker, accomplice, confede-
Parted, shared

Parted, endowed with parts
Participate, participant, partici-
Purtizan, a pike

Parts, party

Pash, a head

Pash, to strike with violence
Pashed, bruised, crushed
Pass, to decide, to assure or
convey [common bounds
Pass, to exceed, to go beyond
Passed, excelling, past all ex-

Piece, a word of contempt for a
Piel'd, shaven

pression or bounds
Passes, what has passed
Passing, eminent, egregious
Passion, suffering [sensations
Passionate, a prey to mournful
Passioning, being in a passion
Passy-measure, a dance

Pight, pitched, fixed
Pilcher, a pilche, the scabbard

Pin and web, disorders of the
Pinnace, a small ship of burden
Pix, a small chest in which the
consecrated host was kept
Placket, a petticoat
Plague, to punish

Plain song, the chant, in plano
Plainly, openly
Plaited, complicated, involved
Planched, made of brands
Plant, the foot
Platforms, plans, schemes
Plavsive, gracious, pleasing, po-
Pleached, folded together [pular
Plot, piece or portion
Point, a metal hook fastened to
the hose or breeches
Point, the utmost height
Point-de-vice, with the utmost

possible exactness
Points, tags to the laces
Poize, weight or moment
Polled, bared, cleared [fumes
Pomander, a ball made of per-
Pomewater, a species of apple
Poor-john, hake dried and salted
Popinjay, a parrot
Popularity, plebeian intercourse
Port, external pomp, figure
Port, a gate
Portable, bearable
Portance, carriage, behaviour
Possess, to inform, to make to

Prime, youth, the vigour of life
Prime, prompt
Primer, more urgent, more im-
Primero, a game at cards
Principality, the first or princi-
pal of women

Principals, rafters of a building
Princox, a coxcomb, or spoiled


Process, summons
Procure, to bring
Prodigious, portentous, ominous
Proface, much good may it do you
Profane, love of talk, gross of
Profession, end and purpose of
Progress, a royal journey of state
Project, to shape or form
Prompture,suggestion, temptation
Prone, sometimes bumble
Prone, forward

Proof, confirmed state of man-
Propagate, to advance or improve
Propagation, getting

Proper, well-looking, handsome
Proper-false, proper or fair, and
false or deceitful
Propertied, taken possession of
Properties, incidental necessaries
to a theatre

Property, due performance
Property, a thing quite at disposal
Propose, to image, to imagine
Proposing, conversing [state
Propriety, regular and proper
Prorogue, to lengthen or prolong
Provand, provender [vence
Provencial, Provencal, from Pro-
Provincial, belonging to one's pro-
Provost, sheriff or gaoler [vince
Prune, to plume

Puck, or hobgoblin in fairy
Pugging, thievish [mythology
Pun, to pound
Purchase, stolen goods

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Roynish, mangy or scabby
Ruddock, the redbreast [boots
Ruff, the folding of the tops of
Ruffle, to riot, to create disturb
Ruffling, rustling
Ruin, displeasure producing ruin


rchased, acquired by unjust | Rear-mouse, a bat
Reason, discourse
Reason, to talk, to argue for [ment
Rebeck, an old musical instru-
Receiving, ready apprehension
Receipt, receptacle
Recheate, a sound by which the
dogs are called back [tend to
ting-on, spur, incitement Reck, to care for, to mind, to at-Rule, a method of life
tock, a degenerate species of Reckless, careless, heedless Ruth, pity, compassion
Recollected, studied or often re-
Record, to sing
Recorder, a kind of flute or fla-
Recure, to recover
[geolet Sacred, accursed
Red-lattice, the sign of an ale-Sacrificial, worshipping
Reduce, to bring back [house Sud, grave or serious
Reecky, discoloured by smoke, Sadly, seriously
Refell, to refute [smoky, greasy Sadness, seriousness
Refer, to reserve to
Safe, to render safe
Regard, look
Sagg or swagg, to sink down
Regiment, government, authority Salt, tears
Regreet, exchange of salutation
Reguerdon, recompence, return
Relative, nearly related, or con-


Sanded, of a sandy colour
Satisfy, rest with satisfaction
Savage, silvan, uncultivated,
Savageness, wildness [wild
Saucy, lascivious
Saw, anciently, not a proverb, but
the whole tenor of any discourse
Say, silk

Say, a sample, a taste or relish
Scaffoldage, the gallery part of
the theatre
Scald, a word of contempt, poor,
Scale, to disperse, to put to flight
Scaled, over-reached

Scaling, weighing

Scall, an old word of reproach
Scamble, to scramble
Scan, to examine nicely [tract
Scant, to be deficient in, to con-
Scantling, measure, proportion
Scapes of wit, sallies, irregulari-
Scared, frightened
Scarfed, decorated with flags
Scath, destruction, harm
Scath, to do an injury

Scathful, mischievous, destructive
Scone, a petty fortification
Sconce, the head
Scotched, cut slightly
Scrimens, fencers.
Scrip, a writing, a list
Scroyles, scabby fellows
Sculls, great numbers of fishes
swimming together
Scutched, whipt, carted

lieu, border, enclosure Pursuivants, heralds [knowledge ut to know, compelled to actter-on, one who instigates utter-out, one who places out money at interest


wall, to faint, languish
uaint, fantastical, graceful
saint-mazes, a game running
the figure of eight

huaked, thrown into trepidation
ualify, to lessen, moderate
uality, confederates
uality, profession, condition of
[of a quarrel
arrel, a quarreller, the cause
Quarry, the game after it is killed
art d'ecu, fourth part of a Remembered, remembering
French crown
[tion Remembrance, admonition
Quarter, the allotted posts, sta-
Quat, a pimple
Queasy, squeamish, delicate, un-
Quell, to murder, to destroy
Quench, to grow cool
Quern, a hand-mill
Quest, inquest or jury, search,
Question, conversation
Questrist, one who goes in search
Quests, reports [of another
Quick, lively, spritely, living
Quicken, to animate
Quiddits, subtilties!
Quillets, law chicane [exercises
Quintain, a post set up for various
Quips, reproaches and scoffs
Quire, to play in concert
Quit, quitted

Quit, to requite or answer
Quittance, return of obligations
Quiver, nimble, active
Quote, to observe


Robato, an ornament for the neck
Rabbit-sucker, a sucking rabbit
Race, original disposition, inborn
qualities, a smack or flavour
Rack, wreck

Rack, to exaggerate
Rack, to harass by exactions
Rack, the fleeting away of the
Racking, in rapid motion [clouds
Rag, an opprobrious epithet
Ragged, rugged
Rake, to cover

Rank, rate or pace [and strength
Rank, grown up to a great height
Hapt, rapturously affected
Rapture, a fit

Rarely, curiously, happily
Rascal, applied to lean deer
Rash, heady, thoughtless, quick,

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Remorse, pity, tenderness of heart
Remotion, removal or remoteness
Removed, remote, sequestered
Render, to describe

Render, a confession, an account
Renege, to renounce
Repair, to renovate
Repeal, to recall
Reports, reporters
Reproof, confutation
Repugn, to resist
Reputing, boasting of
Requiem, a mass for the soul of a
person deceased

Resolve, to be firmly persuaded,
Resolve, to dissolve [satisfied
Respect, consideration, caution
Respective, respectable, respect-
ful, formal

Respective, cool, considerate
Respectively, respectfully
Retailed, handed down
Retire, to draw back
Reverb, to reverberate
Revolts, revolters
Rib, to enclose
Rid, to destroy
Rift, split
Riggish, wanton
Right, just, even
Right-drawn, drawn in a right
Rigol, a circle
Ringed, environed, encircled
Ripe, come to the height
Rivage, the bank or shore
Rivality, equal rank
Rivals, partners
Rive, to burst, to fire
Road, the haven where ships ride
Rogues, vagrants [at anchor
Romage, rummage
Ronyon, a scurvy woman.
Rood, the cross
Rook, to squat down
Ropery, roguery
Rope-tricks, abusive language
Round, a diadem

Round, rough, unceremonious
Rounded, whispered
Rounding, whispering
Roundel, a country-dance
Roundure, circle

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Royalty, nobleness, supreme excellence

Rouse, a draught of jollity
Royal, due to a king
Royalize, to make royal

Seal, to strengthen or complete
Seam, lard


Sear, to stigmatize, to close. See
Season, to temper, to infix, to
Seasoned, established or settled by
Seat, throne
Seated, fixed, firmly placed
Sect, a cutting in gardening
Securely, with too great confi-
Seel, to close up
Seeling, blinding
Seeming, specious, hypocritical
Seeming, seemly

Seen, versed, practised
Seld, seldom

Self-bounty, inherent generosity
Semblably, in resemblance, alike
Seniory, seniority

Sennet, a flourish or sounding
Sense, reason, natural affection,
feeling, sensual passion
Sensible, having sensation
Septentrion, the north
Sequestration, separation
Sere or sear, dry

Serjeant, a bailiff or sheriff's of
Serpigo, a kind of tetter
Serve, to fulfil


Serve, to accompany Set, seated

Setebos, a species of devil
Several, separated, appropriated
Sewer, an officer who placed the
dishes on the table
Shame, to disgrace
Shame, modesty [scaly wings
Shard-borne, born by shards or
Shards, the wings of a beetle
Shards, broken pots or tiles
Sharked, picked up as a shark
collects his prey
Sheen, shining, splendour, lustre
Sheer, pellucid, transparent
Shent, scolded, rebuked, ashamed,

Shent, to reprove harshly
Sheriff's-post, a large post set up
at the door of that officer for
affixing proclamations, &c.
Shive, a slice
Shot, shooter
Shovel-board, a game
Shoughs, shocks, a species of dog
Shouldered, rudely thrust into
Shrewd, having the qualities of a
Shrift, confession
Shrive, to confess, to call to con-
Shut-up, to conclude [fession
Side-sleeves, long sleeves
Siege, stool, seat, rank
Sight, the perforated part of a
Sightless, unsightly [helmet
Sign, to show, to denote
Silly, simple or rustic
Silly, sooth, plain, simple truth
Sincere, honest
Sinew, strength
Single, weak, debile, small, void
of duplicity or guile
Sink-a-pace, cinque-pace, a dance
Sir, the designation of a parson
Sir-reverence, a corruption of
Sith, since


Sithence, thence
Sizes, allowances of victuals
Skains-mates, loose companions
Skirr, to scour, to ride hastily
Slack, to neglect
Slave, to treat as a slave [the silk
Sleave, the ravelled knotty part of
Sledded, riding in a sled or sledge
Slights, arts, subtle practices
Slips, a contrivance of leather, to
start two dogs at the same time
Sliver, to cut a piece or slice
Slops, loose breeches, or trow-
sers, tawdry dress
Slough, the skin which the ser-
pent annually throws off
Slower, more serious
Slubber, to do any thing care-


lessly, imperfectly, to obscure Smilingly, with signs of pleasure Smirched, soiled or obscured Smoothed, to stroke, to caress, to


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Sometimes, formerly
Sooth, truth
Sooth, sweetness
Sorriest, worthless, vile
Sorry, sorrowful or dismal
Sort, to choose out
Sort, a company, a pack,
and degrees of men
Sort, to happen, to agree
Sort, the lot

Sort and suit, figure and rank
Sot, a fool


Soul-fearing, soul-appalling
Sound, to declare or publish
Sound, soundly
Sowl, to pull by the ears
Sowter, perhaps the name of a
Spanned, measured [hound
Specialty, particular rights
Sped, the fate decided
Speed, event

Stoop, a measure somewhat more
than half a gallon
Stover, a kind of thatch
Stoup, a kind of flagon
Strachy, probably some kind of
domestic office
ranks Straight, immediately
Strain, descent, lineage
Strain, difficulty, doubt
Strait, narrow, avaricious.
Straited, put to difficulties
Strange, odd, different form
Strange, alien, becoming a stran-
ger, a stranger
Strangely, wonderfully
Strangeness, shyness, distant be
Stranger, an alien [haviour
Strangle, to suppress
Stratagem, great or dreadful
Strict, hard
Strive, to contend
Stuck, a thrust in fencing. See
Stuff, baggage [Stoccata. Stock
Stuff, substance or essence


[bars, &c.
Sperr, to shut up, defend by
Spleen, humour, caprice, spirit,
[tuous speed
Spleen, violent hurry, tumul- Stuffed, plenty, more than enough
Spleens, inclination to spiteful Subscribe, to agree to
Spot, stain or disgrace [mirth
Spotted, wicked

Subscribe, to yield, to surrender
Subscription, obedience
Submerged, whelmed under water
Subtilty, deception
Subtle, smooth, level
Success, succession [cession
Successive, belonging to the suc
Successively, by order of succes
Sudden, violent
Sufficiency, abilities
Suggest, to tempt, to prompt, to
Suggestion, hint instigate

Sprag, or spackt, apt to learn
Spread, to stand separately
Sprighted, haunted
Sprights, spirits
Springhalt, a disease incident to
Springing, blooming, in the
Sprightly, ghostly [spring of life
Spurs, the longest and largest
Square, to quarrel [roots of trees
Square, regular, equitable, just,
suitable [sion, or complement Suggestions, temptations
Square, compass, comprehen-Suited, dressed
Squarer, a quarrelsome fellow
Squash, an immature peascod
Squiny, to look asquint
swells or expands in summer
Squire, a square or rule
Summoners, summoning officers
Staggers, delirious perturbation Sumpter, a horse that carries ne-
Stale, a bait or decoy to catch cessaries on a journey.
Stale, a pretence
[birds Superfluous, over-clothed
Stale, to allure
Superstitious, serving with super-
Stand, to withstand, to resist
stitious attention
Standing bowls, bowls elevated Supposed, counterfeited, ima.
[hawk Sure, safe, out of danger, surely
Stannyal, the common stone-Sur-reined, over-worked, or rid.
Star, a scar of that appearance Suspire, to breathe
Stark, stiff
Starkly, stiffly
Starred, destined..

Sullen, obstinately troublesome
Summer-swelling, that

on feet

State, a chair with a canopy
State, standing
[over it
State, official state, dignity
States, persons of high rank
Station, the act of standing
Statist, statesman
Statue, a portrait
Staves, the wood of the lances
Stay, a hinderer, a supporter
Stead, to assist, or help [chine
Sticking-place, the stop in a ma-
Sticklers, arbitrators, judges,
Stigmatical, marked or stigma.
Stigmatick, one on whom nature
has set a mark of deformity.
Still, constant or continual
Stilly, gently, lowly
Stint, to stop, to retard
Stith, an anvil
Stoccata, a thrust or stab
Stock, a term in fencing
Stock, stocking
Stomach, passion, pride, stub-
born resolution, constancy, re-
solution. But t


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[den Swaggerer, a roaring, fighting fellow

[brown Swart, or swarth, black, or dark Swarth, or swath, as much grass or corn as a mower cuts down at one stroke of his scythe Swashing, noisy, bullying Swath, the dress of a new-born child [mentum Sway, the whole weight, mo Sweeling, a species of apple Swift, ready Swinge-bucklers, rakes, rioters Swoop, the descent of a bird of prey

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Topless, that which has nothing| Vaward, the fore part
above it, supreme
Velure, velvet
Topple, to tumble
Touch, sensation, sense, or feel- Vengeance, mischief
Vent, rumour, matter for dis-

Venew, a bout, a term in fencing

Touch, exploit or stroke
Touch, a spice or particle
Touch, touchstone
Touches, features
Touched, tried

Toward, in a state of readiness
Toys, rumours, idle reports, fan-
cies, freaks of imagination
Toze, to pull or pluck
medi-Trace, to follow

Trade, a custom, an established

Tradition, traditional practices
Traditional, adherent to old cus-

Tall, stout, bold, courageous
Tallom-keech, the fat of an ox or

Tame, ineffectual

Tame snake, a contemptible fel-

Tamed, flat, spiritless
Tarre, to stimulate, to excite,

Tartar, Tartarus, the fabled
place of future punishment
Task, to keep busied with scru-
Tasked, taxed
Taurus, sides and heart in
cal astrology
Tawdry, a kind of necklaces
worn by country girls
Taxation, censure or satire
Teen, sorrow, grief
Temper, to mould like wax
Temper, temperament, constitu-

Temperance, temperature
Tempered, rendered pliable:
Tend, to attend upon, to wait for
Tender, to regard with affection
Tend'ring, watching with ten-

Tib, a strumpet
Tickle, ticklish

Tent, to take up residence
Tercel, the male hawk
Termagant, the god of the Sara-
Termagant, furious
Tested, brought to the test
Testern, to gratify with a tester,
or sixpence

Tetchy, touchy, peevish, fretful
Tharborough, thirdborough,
peace officer


Trick, smeared, painted, in he-
Tricking, dress

Theme, a subject/
Theorick, theory
Themes, muscular strength
Thick, in quick succession
Thick-pleached, thickly inter-

Tricksy, clever, adroit
Triumphs, masques, revels pub-
lic exhibitions


Thill, the shafts of a cart
Thirdborough. See Tharborough
Thought, melancholy
Thrasonical, boastful, bragging
Thread, fibre or part
Thread, to pass through
Three-man-beetle, an implement

Trojan, cant word for a thief
Troll, to dismiss trippingly from
the tongue
Trol-my-dames, a game
Trossers, trowsers
Trom, to believe
Truth, honesty

Tucket, or tucket sonnuance, a

Turlygood, or turlupin, a species
of gipsy

used for driving piles
Three-pile, rich velvet
Thrift, a state of prosperity
Throes, emits as in parturition
Thrum, the extremity of a weav-

er's warp
Thrumm d, made of coarse wool-
len cloth

Turn, to become acescent
Turquoise, a precious stone
Twangling, an expression of con-
Twigging, wickered
Tyed, limited, circumscribed
Type, distinguishing mark, show
or emblem
Tything, division of a place,



Trail, the scent left by the pas-
sage of the game
Traitress, a term of endearment
Tranect, a ferry
Translate, to transfer, to explain
Trash, a hunting phrase, to cor-
Travel, to stroll
Traverse, a term in military ex-


Tickle-brain, some strong liquor
Tight, handy, adroit
Tightly, cleverly, adroitly
Tilly-valley, an interjection of

contempt Tilth, tillage

Timeless, untimely inct, tincture

Tire, head-dress

Tire, to fasten, to fix the talons

Traversed, across
Tray-trip, some kind of game
Treachers, treacherous persons
Trenched, cut, carved
Trick, trick of the times
Trick, peculiarity of voice, face,



Ventages, the holes of a flute
Venys, hits in fencing
Verbal, verbose, full of talk
Verify, to bear true witness
Very, immediate

Via, a cant phrase of exultation
Vice, the fool of the old moralities
Vice, to advise
Vice, grasp

Vie, to contend in rivalry
Vied, bragged

Viewless, unseen, invisible
Villain, a worthless fellow, a ser-


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Vail, to condescend to look, to Undertaker, one who takes upon
let down, to bow, to sink
himself the quarrel of another
Vailing, lowering
Underwrite, to subscribe, to obey
Vain, vanity
Under-wrought, under-worked,

Vain, light of tongue, not vera-

Valance, fringed with a beard
Validity, value
Vanity, illusion

Undeserving, undeserved
Unearned, not deserved
Uneath, scarcely, not easily
Unexpressive, inexpressible
Unhappy, mischievously waggish,

Tire, to be idly employed on
Tired, adorned with ribands
Tod, to yield or produce a tod, or
twenty-eight pounds
Tokened, spotted as in the plague
Toll, to enter on the toll-book
Tolling, taking toll
Tomboy, a masculine, forward Vast, waste, dreary
Vaunt, the avant, what went be-

Vantage, convenience, opportu-
nity, advantage
Vantbrace, armour for the arm
Varlet, a servant or footman to

a warrior

Unhidden, open, clear
Unhoused, free from domestic


Unhouseled, not having received the sacrament


Unimproved, not guided by know. Waist, the part between the quar. Wish, to recommend ledge or experience

ter-deck and the forecastle Wit, to know Union, a species of pearl Waist, the middle

Witch, to charm, to bewitch Unkind, contrary to kind or na- Walk, a district in a forest Wits, senses ture Wannion, vengeance

Wittol, knowing, conscious of Unmastered, licentious Ward, posture of defence

Witty, judicious, cunning Unomed, that which has no Ward, guardianship

Woe, to be sorry (deeply owner

Warden, a species of pears Woman, to affect suddenly and Unpregnant, not quickened Warder, guard, sentinel

Woman-tired, hen-pecked
Unproper, common
Warn, to summon

Wondered, able to perform won.
Unqualitied, unmanned, disarmed Wassels, meetings of rustic mirth Wood, crazy, frantic (ders
of his faculties
Watch, a watch-light

Woodman, an attendant on a Unquestionable, unwilling to be Water-work, water colours

forester con versed with War, to grow

Woolward, a phrase appropriatec Unready, undressed Waxen, increase

to pilgrims and penitentiaries Unrespective, inattentive to con- Wealth, advantage, happiness Words, dispute, contention sequences Wear, the fashion

Work, a term of fortification Unrest, disquiet Wee, little

Workings, labours of thought Unrough, smooth-faced, un- Weeds, clothing

World, to go to the, to be marriet bearded

Ween, to think, to imagine Worm, a serpent
Unsisted, untried
Weet, to know

Worship, dignity, authority Unsisting, always opening, never Weigh, to value or esteem, to Worth, wealth or fortune, the at rest deliberate

value, full quota or proportion Unsmirched, clean, not defiled Welkin, the colour of the sky, Worts, cabbage Unsquared, unadapted to their blue

[cellence Wot, to know subject

Well.found, of acknowledged ex-Wound, twisted about
Unstanched, incontinent

Well-liking, plump, embonpoint Wreak, resentment
Untempering, not tempering, not Wen, swollen excrescence Wreak, to revenge
Wend, to go

Wrest, an instrument for tuning Untraced, singular, not in com- Whelked, varied with protuber- the harp mon use


Wrested, obtained by violence Untrimmed, undressed Whe'r, whether

Writ, writing, composition Untruth, disloyalty, treachery Where, whereas

Writhled, wrinkled Unvalued, invaluable

Whiffler, an officer who walks Wrongs, the persons who wrong Up-spring, upstart

first in processions

Wrongs, injurious practices Urchins, hedge-hogs, or perhaps Whiles, until

Wroth, misfortune Usance, usury

[fairies Whip, the crack, the best Wrought, worked, agitated Use, practice long countenanced Whipstock, a carter's whip Wrung, pressed, strained by custom

Whirring, whirring away
Use, to make a practice of White, the white mark in archery

Use, interest

White death, the chlorosis Used, behaved

Whiting-time, bleaching time, Yarely, readily, nimbly Usurping, false


Yearns, grieves or vexes Utis, a merry festival

Whitsters, the bleachers of linen Yeasty, or yesty, foaming or froth Utter, to vend by retail

Whittle, a species of knife Yeild, to inform of, condescend D Utterance, a phrase in combat, Whooping, measure or reckoning Yeild, to reward extremity

Wide, remotely from, wide of the Yellowness, jealousy

Wilderness, wildness (mark Yeoman, a bailiff's follower
Will, wilfulness

Yesty. See Yeasty
Wimple, a hood or veil
Waft, to heckon
Winter-ground, to protect against

Wage, to fight, to combat, to the inclemency of winter
Wages, is equal to (prescribe to Wis, to know

Zany, a buffoon, a merry andre



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