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Assurance, conveyance or deed.
Ates, instigation from Ate, the mischievous goddess that incites bloodshed.
Atomies, minute particles discernible in a stream of sunshine that breaks into a darkened room, atoms. Atone, to reconcile.
Attasked, reprehended, corrected Attended, waited for. Attent, attentive. Attorney, deputation. Attorneyship, the discretional agency of another. Attornied, supplied by substitution of embassies. Attributive, that which attributes or gives. Avaunt,contemptuous dismission Averring, confirming. Audacious, spirited, animated. Audrey, a corruption of Etheldreda.
Augurs, auguries or prognostications.
Authentic, an epithet applied to the learned.
Awful, reverend, worshipful. Awless, not producing awe.
Baccare, stand back, give place.
Bandog, village dog or mastiff.
Banquet, a slight refection, a de
Cotsale, Cotswood in Gloucester-
Cursed, under the influence of
Count, to make account, to rec-
Curst, petulant, crabbed, shrewd-
Count Confect, a specious noble- Curstness, ill-humour.
Countenance, false appearance,
Corinthian, a wencher.
Corky, dry, withered, husky.
Coronet, a crown.
Counterfeit, a likeness, a por
Cower, to sink by bending the
Cowl-staff, a staff for carrying a
Coy, to soothe or stroke.
Coystril, a coward cock, a mean
Daff or doff, to do off, to put
Dally, to play or trifle
Cozier, a tailor or botcher.
Crab, a wild apple.
Danger, reach or control.
Crack, a boy or child, a boy- Danskers, natives of Denmark.
Dark-house, a house made gloomy
Crow, to exult over.
Coster-monger, meanly, merce- Curiosity, finical delicacy, scru
Custard-coffin, the crust of a cus-
pulousness or captiousness. Curious, scrupulous.
nary. Cote, to overtake. Coted, quoted, observed, or re- Curled, ostentatiously dressed. garded. Currents, occurrences.
Customer, a common woman.
Cyprus, a transparent stuff.
Darraign, to arrange, put in or-
Daub, to disguise.
Daubery, falsehood and imposi-
Day-bed, a couch.
Declined, the fallen.
Defeatures, features, change of
Defensible, furnishing the means
Deftly, dexterously, with adroit
Defy, to refuse, to disdain.
Denied,disbelieved or contemned.
Denier, the twelfth part of a Doff, see Daff.
Denotements, indications or dis- | Dolphin, the Dauphin of France.
Double, full of duplicity.
Dout, to do out, extinguish
Deny, to refuse.
Depart, to part.
Deracinate, to force up by the
Derogate, degraded, blasted
Descant, a term in music.
Desperate, bold, adventurous.
Detected, charged or guilty.
Dribbling, a term of contempt.
Dibble, an instrument used by Drollery, a show performed by
Dich, dit or do it.
puppets. Drugs, drudges,
Dickon, familiarly for Richard.
Drumble, to act lazily and stu
Diet, to oblige to fast.
Diffused, extravagant, irregular.
Dole, lot, allowance.
rate bodies. Distraught, distracted.
Diverted, turned out of the course of nature.
Ducdame, duc ad me,
Dudgeon, the handle of a dagger.
Dull, to render callous, insen-
Dullard, a person stupidly un-
Dump, a mournful elegy.
Eager, sour, sharp, harsh.
Ecstacy, alienation of mind, mad
Effects, affects, or affections, ac-
Eld, old time, or persons.
Emulation, rivalry, envy, facti-
Dirision, the pauses or parts of Encave, to hide.
Enfeoff, to invest with possession.