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Tirer to fasten, to fix the ta- || Type: distinguishing mark, show Unbated: not blunted. lons on.
Unbolt: to open, explain. Tire: to be idly employed on. Tything, a division of a place, a
Unbolted: coarse. Tired: adorned with ribands.
Unbreathed: unexercised, unpracTo: in addition to.
tised. Tod: to yield or produce a tod,
V. or twenty-eight pounds.
Uncape: to dig out, a term in
Unclew: to draw out, to exhaust.
Uncoined: real, unrefined, unTomboy: a masculine, forward Vain: vanity. girl. Vain: light of tongue, not vera
cious. Topless: that which has nothing Valance : fringed with a beard.
Unconfirmed: unpractised in the above it; supreme.
ways of the world. Validity: value.
Under generation: the antipodes. Topple: to tumble. Vanity: illusion.
Undergo: to be subject to. Touch: sensation, sense or feeling. Vantage: convenience, opportu- Under skinker: a tapster, an unTouch: exploit or stroke.
der-drawer. = Touch: a spice or particle.
Vantbrace: armour for the arm.
Undertaker : one who takes upon Touch: touchstone. Touches: features.
Varlet; a servant or footman to himself the quarrel of another. a warrior.
Underwrite: to subscribe, to obey. Touched: tried. Toward: in a state of readiness. | Varnt: the avant, what went beVasts waste, dreary.
Under-wrought: under - worked,
undetermined. Toys : rumours, idle reports, fan
fore. cies, freaks of imagination.
Unearned: not deserved.
Uneath: scarcely, not easily. Trace: to follow.
Venew: a bout, a term in fencing. Unexpressive: inexpressible. Trade: a custom, an established Vengeance: mischief.
Unhappy: mischievously waggish, habit.
Vent: rumour, matter for dis unlucky. Tradition: traditional practices.
Unhidden: open, clear. 5 Traditional: adherent to old cus- Ventages: the holes of a flute.
Unhoused: free froin domestic toms.
Venys: hits in fencing. Trail: the scent left by the pas- Verbal: verbose, full of talk. Unhouseled: not having received sage of the game.
Verify: to bear true witness. the sacrament. Traitress: a term of endearment. Very: imicdiate.
Unimproved: not guided by knowTranect: a ferry.
Via: a cant phrase of exultation. ledge or experience. Translate: to transfer, to explain. Vice: the fool of the old morali- Union: a species of pearl. Travel: to stroll.
Unkind: contrary to kind or naTraverse: a term in military ex Vice: to advise.
Unmastered: licentious. * Traversed: across.
Vie: to contend in rivalry.
Unowed: that which has no owner. Tray-trip: some kind of game. Vied: bragged.
Unpregnant: not quickened. Treachers: treacherous persons.
Viewless : unseen, invisible. Unproper: common. Trenched: cut, carved.
Virginalling: playing on the vir- Unqualitied: unmanned, disarmed Trick: trick of the times. ginal, a spinnet.
of his faculties. Trick : peculiarity of voice, Virtue: the most efficacious part, Unquestionable: unwilling to be face, &c. valour.
conversed with. Trick: smeared, painted, in beVirtuous : salutiferous,
Unready: undressed. raldry.
Virtuous : belonging to good-Unrespective: inattentive to conTricking: dress.
sequences. Tricksy: clever, adroit. Visaments: advisements.
Unrest : disquiet.
Unrough : smooth - faced, Triumphs: masques, revels, pub- Vixen: or fixen, a female fox. lic exhibitions. Voluntary: voluntarily.
bearded. Trojan: cant word for a thief. Votarist: supplicant.
Unsisting: always opening, never Troll: to dismiss trippingly from Voucher: a law phrase. the tongue.
Unsmirched: clean, not defiled. Trol-my-dames: a game. Vulgar: common.
Unsquared: unadapted to their Trossers: trowsers. Vulgarly: publicly.
subject. Trow: to believe.
Unstanched : incontinent. True: honest.
Untempering: not tempering, not Truth: honesty,
softening. Tucket, or tucket sonnuance: a flourish. Umber: a dusky yellow coloured
Untraced: singular, not in com
earth. Turlygood, or turlupino a species Umbered: discoloured by the Untrimmed: undressed.
gleam of fire.
Untruth: disloyalty, treachery. Turn: to become acescent. Unaccustomed: unseemly, inde Unvalued: invaluable. Turquoise: a precious stone. cent.
Upon: but for. Twangling: an expression of con Unaneled: without extreme unc-Up-spring: upstart. tempt.
Urchins: hedge-hogs, or perhaps Twigging: wickered. Unavoided: unavoidable.
fairies. Tyed: limited, circumscribed. Unbarbed: untrimmed, unshaven. | Usance: usury.
Use: practice. long countenanced || Whelked: varied with protuber- | Words: dispute, contention. by custom.
Work : a term of fortification. Use: to make a practice of. Whe'r: whether.
Workings : labours of thought. Use: interest. Where: whereas.
World, to go to the: to be anarUsed: behaved.
Whiffler: an officer who walks ried. Usurping: false.
first in processions.
Worm: a serpent.
Worship: dignity, authority. Uiter: to vend by retail. Whip: the crack, the best.
Worth: wealth or fortune, the Whipslock: a carter's whip.
value, full quota or proportion. W.
Whirring: whirring away.
Wound: twisted about. Wage: to fight, to combat, to Whiting-time: bleaching time, Wreak: resentment. prescribe to.
Wreak: to revenge. Waist: the part between the quar-Whitsters: the bleachers of linen. Wrest: an instrument for tuning ter-deck and the forecastle. Whittle : a species of knife.
the harp Waist: the middle.
Whooping: measure or reckoning. Walk: a district in a forest. Wide: remotely from, wide of the
Wrested: obtained by violence. Wannion : vengeance.
Writ: writing, composition.
mark. Ward: posture of defence. Wilderness: wildness,
Writhled: wrinkled. Warden: a species of pears. Will: wilfulness.
Wrongs: the persons who wrong. Warder: guard, centinel. Wimple: a hood or veil.
Wrongs : injurious practices, Warn: to summon. Winter-ground: to protect against
Wroth: misfortune, Wassels: meetings of rustic mirth. the inclemency of winter.
Wrought: worked, agitated. Watch: a watch-light. Wis: to know.
Wrung: pressed, strained.
Wit: to know.
Yarely: readily, nimbly.
Yearns: grieves or vexes.
Yeasty, or yesty: foaming er Ween: to think, to imagine.
frothy. Woman: to affect suddenly and Weet: to know.
Yeild: to inform of, condescend to. Weigh: to value or esteem, to Woman-tired: hen-pecked.
Yeild: to reward. deliberate. Wondered: able to perform won
Yellowness : jealousy. Welkin: the colour of the sky, ders,
Yeoman: a bailiff's follower. blue. Wood: crazy, frantic.
Yesty. See Yeasty. Well found: of acknowledged ex Woodman: an attendant on the cellence.
forester. Well-liking: plump, embonpoint. Woolward: a (unexplained) phrase
Z. Wen: swollen excrescence.
appropriated to pilgrims and Wend: to go.
Zany: a buffoon, a merry Andrew.