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Headwords matching "she"
Abolisher
Accomplished
Accomplisher
Admonisher
Cherisher
Fisher
Fisherboat
Fisherman
Fishers-coat
Fishertown
 Fishery
Haberdasher
Hogshead
Lasher
Nutshell
Rasher
Shell (noun)
Unabashed
Unabolished
Unaccomplished

"she" appears within the following entries:
A (article)
...oting some action not yet finished; as, I am a walking. It als...
AB
...he names of places, generally shews that they have some relatio...
Abacke
..., as half with shame confound,shepherds to see them in their ar...
Abactor
... from those that steal only a sheep or two. Blount....
Abandon
...t to the parting goddess thus she pray'd;Propitious still be pr...
Abandoned
...particip. adj. Given up.If she be so abandon'd to her sorrow...
Abase
... and personal sense. Happy shepherd, with thanks to the gods...
Abash
... against the truth, but be abashed of the error of thy ignoranc...
Abatude
...old records.] Any thing diminished. Bailey....
Abbess
...ancis, that the very next day she entered upon her vow. As soo...
Abbey
...hether men or women; distinguished from religious houses of oth...
Abbreviature
...ng all his faults; who sooner shews mercy than anger; who offer...
Abed
...ng lying abed: and that, when she was of their age, she trowed,...
Abet
...he civil war, and always furnished supplies to the weaker side,...
Ability
... given by nature, as distinguished from acquired qualifications...
Ablaqueation
...ght to be kept alive and nourished; the which, as it is the ver...
Able (adjective)
...ambol faculties he hath, that shew a weak mind and an able body...
Abluent
... wash away.] That which washes clean. That which has the po...
Abolish
...o abolish what he hath established, were presumption most intol...
Abolishable
...lish.] That which may be abolished....
Abolishment
...s, as they require to be abolished, are retained by us with the...
Abomination
...ye may dwell in the land of Goshen; for every shepherd is an ab...
Abortive (adjective)
...nbsp;     False hopeshe cherishes, nor will his fruit...
Abortive (noun)
...h a provision, might have perished as abortives, or have come t...
About (adverb)
...lace,And looked all about, if she might spyHer lovely knight to...
About (preposition)
...       At this she loudly shrieks,'Tis he, 'tis ...
Above (adverb)
...essened. Bacon.When he established the clouds above; when he st...
Abridge
... have disabled mine estate,By shewing something a more swelling...
Abroad
...t in the time I staid; though she seemed to be fainting, and ha...
Abrupt
...Clar.Abrupt, with eagle-speed she cut the sky;Instant invisible...
Absence
... necessary absence, as in banished persons; this is entirely ne...
Absorb
...sp;     Some tokens shewOf fearless friendship, and t...
Absorbent
...nts; as, the various kinds of shells, coral, chalk, crab eyes, ...
Absorption
...of God that directed them, to shew us the causes of this disrup...
Abstemious
... that rules the flood,Extinguishes, and balks the drunken god:O...
Abstinence
...ood. It is generally distinguished from temperance, as the grea...
Abstract (noun)
...d read, just after he had finished it. Watts's Improvement of t...
Abstruse
..., and not easy to be distinguished, especially those of the ton...
Absurd
...dull and stupid; but one, who shews it in an improper place, is...
Absurdly
...lly, combats nature;Who, when she loudly cries, forbear,With ob...
Abundance
...ance of noble blood hath been shed with very small benefit unto...
Abuse (verb)
...ike a mistress us'd.This hour she's idoliz'd, the next abus'd. ...
Abuser
...proaches with rudeness. A ravisher, a violater....
Abut
...everal corporations, distinguished by the addition of east and ...
Accent (noun)
...ts prevail,When fair occasion shews the springing gale. Prior. ...
Accent (verb)
...derstanding them in Latin, if she can. Locke on Education, &sec...
Accept
... approbation. It is distinguished from receive, as specific fr...
Acceptability
...en us his natural blood to be shed, for the remission of our si...
Accident
...om it, at least in thought.If she were but the body's accident,...
Acclamation
... ruined plausibly, and to be ushered to their destruction with ...
Accommodable
...nd places; so we must be furnished with such general rules as a...
Accompany
... To join with.With regard to sheep, as folly is usually accomp...
Accomplish
... those events exactly accomplished, which our Saviour foretold ...
Accord (verb active)
...e to. The first sports the shepherds showed, were full of su...
Accordingly
... must accordingly be distinguished. Hooker, b. i. Whoever is...
Account (noun)
...ning things previously established.These were designed to join ...
Accourage
...animate. That forward pair she ever would assuage,When they ...
Accustomed
... frequent; usual. Look how she rubs her hands. — It is...
Acidity
...e; sharpness; sourness. Fishes, by the help of a dissolvent...
Acknowledging
... benefits received. He has shewn his hero acknowledging and ...
Acknowledgment
... of England were never established, nor any acknowledgement of ...
Aconite
...age of tygers freed, Nor nourishes the lion's angry feed; Nor p...
Acorn
...rest, And falling acorns furnished out a feast. Dryden's Ovid. ...
Acquaint
...th thee there clad in radiant sheen. Mil. on March. Win.Before ...
Acquaintance
..., in others acquaintances.But she, all vow'd unto the red-cross...
Acquest
...the sea, and preserving these shells as trophies and signs of i...
Acquiescence
...pearance of consent, distinguished on one side from avowed cons...
Act (noun)
...In act to shoot, a silver bow she bore. Dryd. Fables. A par...
Act (verb)
... one's self. 'Tis plain, that she who, for a kingdom now, Would...
Actionable
...an would think, quite extinguished, his process was formed; whe...
Actress
...ess. n.s. [actrice, Fr.] she that performs any thing. Virg...
Actually
...ence, the kings were distinguished by judgments or blessings, a...
Acuteness
... This acuteness of sound will shew, that whilst, to the eye, th...
Adaption
...re alone a sufficient work to shew all the necessities, the wis...
Addeem
...is word is now out of use. she scorns to be addeem’d so wort...
Addition
... christian name and surname, shewing his estate, degree, occup...
Addulce
...rench embassadors, with great shew of their king’s affection, a...
Adherer
... a firm adherer to the established church. Swift....
Adieu
...dieu, Heave thou no sigh, nor shed a tear; Lest yet my half-clo...
Adjustment
...f it as an instrument made to shew the hour: but it is a learne...
Adjutrix
...An Adju'trix. n.s. [Lat.] she who helps. Dict....
Administratrix
...Admi'nistratrix. n.s. [Lat.] she who administers in consequenc...
Admonish
...e intrigues of affairs, admonished him against that unskilful p...
Admonitory
...orius, Lat.] That which admonishes. The sentence of reason i...
Ado
...nse, implying more tumult and shew of business, than the affair...
Adoption
...;     In which time she purpos'd, By watching, weepin...
Adoration
... place or esteem. O ceremony, shew me but thy worth: What is th...
Adorn
...dorn and gild each part, That shews more cost than art; Jewels ...
Adornment
...h's History of the World. she held the very garment of Post...
Adown (adverb)
... on the ground. Thrice did she sink adown, in deadly sound, ...
Adry
...umble servant, but his well-wisher; and would rather be than th...
Adulterate (verb)
...; to contaminate. Common pot-ashes, bought of them that sell it...
Adulteress
...he Spartan lady replied, when she was asked, What was the punis...
Adusted
... much care for them; besides, she must give losers leave to spe...
Advance (noun)
...so, and the indecent advances she made to detain him from his o...
Advantage (noun)
...ler. A face, which is over-flushed, appears to advantage in the...
Adverse
..., or contests any thing. Well she saw her father was grown her ...
Adversity
... that is, opposition to our wishes. The cause of our sorrow...
Advertisement
... Notice of any thing published in a paper of intelligence....
Advertiser
...which advertisements are published. ...
Advocate
...ntrovertist or vindicator. If she dares trust me with her littl...
Affabrous
...Skilfully made; complete; finished in a workman-like manner. Di...
Affect (verb)
.... Wife of Bath. To make a shew of something; to study the a...
Afflict
...y, who was her only son, that she died for grief of it. Addison...
Affrightment
...ion of fear; terrour. Hearing she was at rest, he attended till...
Afraid
...n anguish of her spirit, thus she pray'd. Dryden's Fables. If, ...
Afresh
...eat hurt by these light skirmishes; the Turks, with their light...
Afterages
..., which their forefathers perished in flames to keep out. Addis...
Against
...uired a neutral sense. Thence she them brought into a stately h...
Air (noun)
... waving hairs,Assist their blushes, and inspire their airs. Pop...
Airy
...onging to the air.There are fishes that have wings, that are no...
Ake
... the internal pains; distinguished from smart, which is commonl...
Alien (noun)
...m for her children; them only she holdeth for aliens and strang...
Ambassadour
...ther country, and is distinguished from an envoy, who is of les...
Anecdote
...??????.] Something yet unpublished; secret history. Some mo...
Animal (noun)
... Gills, as all sanguineous fishes, except the whale kind. Exs...
Apace
...n. Or when the flying libbard she did chace, She could them nim...
Apagogical
...prove the thing directly; but shews the impossibility, or absur...
Apostrophe
...t. 8. To beasts, birds, and fishes. 9. To inanimate things. Smi...
Arrant
...he arrantest coward that ever shewed his shoulders to the enemy...
Attainder
...mooth he daub'd his vice with shew of virtue,He liv'd from all ...
Attaint (verb)
...rather than by jury, is vanquished. Attainder by verdict is, w...
Aught
...I can speak in his dispraise, she shall not long continue love ...
Away
...; he cannot bear the company. she never could away with me. &m...
Awkwardly
... to their breeding. Locke. she still renews the ancient scen...
Awoke
... preterite from awake. And she said, the Philistines be upon...
Awry
...ives which rightly gaz'd upon,shew nothing but confusion; ey'd ...
Axiom
.... Hooker, b. i. An established principle to be granted with...
Baa (noun)
... [See the verb.] The cry of a sheep....
Baa (verb)
...n. [balo, Lat.] To cry like a sheep. Or like a lamb, whose d...
Babble (verb)
...ng echo had descry'd his face;she, who in others words her sile...
Bacchanals
...y. Both extremes were banished from their walls, Carthusian...
Bachelor
...o courtesans, are no more punished in married men than in bache...
Bachelorship
...her, living yet, can testify, she was the first fruit of my bac...
Back (adverb)
...lady's mad; yet if 'twere so, she could not sway her house, com...
Back (verb)
...de, Their wagers back their wishes. Dryden's Fables. ...
Backbite
...kbite and slander the sacred ashes of that most just and honour...
Backslide
...backsliding Israel hath done? she is gone up upon every high mo...
Backstairs
...stairs, that some pricked for sheriffs get out of the bill. Bac...
Barometer
...rom the baroscope, which only shews that the air is heavier at ...
Bashful
...erived from base, or mean; Minshew, from verbaesen, Dut. to str...
Be
...;   Be but about To say, she's a goodly lady, and The just...
Beach
...ticularly that part that is dashed by the waves; the strand. ...
Beadle
...Cowel. A petty officer in parishes, whose business it is to pun...
Bear (verb active)
...him, a Trojan guest before,In shew of friendship, sought the Sp...
Bed (noun)
...es then were caves, or homely sheds,With twining oziers fenc'd,...
Bewray
...ay. Fairy Queen, b. i. To shew; to make visible: this word ...
Beyond
... is to deceive; to circumvent.she made earnest benefit of his j...
Bib (verb)
... mother Meroë, as though she were so named, because she wo...
Bickerer
...n.s. [from the verb.] A skirmisher....
Bird (noun)
...ter, whose blood is cold as fishes, and their flesh is so like ...
Birth
... Paradise Lost, b. xi. l. 687.she, for this many thousand years...
Blab (noun)
...ilton's Agonistes. Whoever shews me a very inquisitive body,...
Black-bryony
...fter they are ripe, under the shelter of bushes; where, in the ...
Black-rod
...s. [from black and rod.] The usher belonging to the order of th...
Bland
...ch, with bland words at will, she thus address'd. Milton's Par....
Blast (noun)
...thern blast,And on the secret shelves with fury cast. Dryden's ...
Blast (verb)
...g up after them. Gen. xli. 6. she that like lightning shin'd, w...
Blush (verb)
...l whiteness, bear away the blushes. Shakesp. Much ado about Not...
Boar
...;         she sped the boar away; His eyeba...
Boar-spear
...n her hand a sharp boar-spear she held, And at her back a bow a...
Bode (verb neuter)
...e. v.n. To be an omen; to foreshew. Sir, give me leave to sa...
Box (noun 2)
...old any thing. It is distinguished from chest, as the less from...
Box (noun 3)
... the ear with it, the law punisheth the other. Bramhall against...
Brain (noun)
...ance of the brain is distinguished into outer and inner; the fo...
Break (verb active)
.... —— Why, no; for she hath broke the lute to me. Sh...
Broad
...extended in breadth; distinguished from length.The weeds that h...
Cabal (noun)
...rom a party, as few from many.she often interposed her royal au...
Cabinet
... Johnson. In vain the workman shew'd his wit,With rings and hin...
Cackle (verb)
...s a goose.The nightingale, if she should sing by day,When every...
Cacochymical
... The ancient writers distinguished putrid fevers, by putrefacti...
Cacochymick
... The ancient writers distinguished putrid fevers, by putrefacti...
Cake (noun)
...hich it is sometimes distinguished from a loaf.There is a cake ...
Camel
...eported, that nature has furnished them, for this purpose, with...
Cart (noun)
... used by husbandmen, distinguished from a waggon, which has fou...
Cast (verb active)
...a mile behind. Dryden. To shed; to let fall; to lay aside; ...
Cat (1)
...akesp. Macbeth. A cat, as she beholds the light, draws the ...
Cell
... a religious person. Besides, she did intend confession At Patr...
Chamade
...eral French battalions made a shew of resistance; but, upon our...
Chant (verb active)
...chant it in the theatres, the shepherds in the mountains. Bramh...
Chaos
...here the parts are undistinguished.We shall have nothing but da...
Cherry (noun)
...n, a nut, a cherry stone; but she, more covetous, would have a ...
Cherry-tree
...n, a nut, a cherry stone; but she, more covetous, would have a ...
Clinch (verb)
..., in Festus, to encompass, Minshew.] To hold in the hand wi...
Cloth
...d.Gazing on her midnight foes,she turn'd each way her frighted ...
Clownish
...ownish hands their tender wingshe brushed off. Spenser's Fairy ...
Cock (noun)
... fight; But turn 'em out, and shew 'em but a foe, Cry liberty, ...
Cocoa (2)
...is made into cordage, and the shell into drinking bowls. The k...
Cold (adjective)
... suit will be but cold, Since she respects my mistress' love. S...
Cold (noun)
...e nature's two hands, whereby she chiefly worketh: and heat we ...
Comb (noun)
...Ligea's golden comb,Wherewith she sits on diamond rocks,Sleekin...
Comb (verb)
...;         she with ribbons tiedHis tender n...
Coming-in
...e thy comings-in? O ceremony, shew me but thy worth: What is th...
Condemn
...s Macbeth. The poet who flourished in the scene, is condemned i...
Corn (noun)
... Grain in the ear, yet unthreshed.Thou shalt come to thy grave...
Corporation
...nature take; Ten thousand men she doth together draw, And of th...
Correct (adjective)
...ectus, Latin.] Revised or finished with exactness; free from fa...
Correct (verb)
...ng nature, from what actually she is in individuals, to what sh...
Corrupt (verb active)
...corrupt a man's wife, is when she's fallen out with her husband...
Coruscant
...sco, Latin.] Glittering by flashes; flashing....
Corymbiated
... adj. [corymbus, Latin.] Garnished with branches of berries. Di...
Corymbiferous
...mbiferous plants are distinguished into such as have a radiate ...
Costal
...cetaceous and cartilaginous fishes, many pectinal, whose ribs a...
Court (noun)
..., infected with their manners,shews like a riotous inn; Epicuri...
Court (verb)
...l pursue:So court a mistress, she denies you;Let her alone, she...
Covetable
...e. adj. [from covet.] To be wished for; to be coveted. Dict....
Covetous
...;         sheba was never More covetous of ...
Cow (noun)
.... After the fever is diminished, asses and goats milk may be...
Cross (noun)
...;         she doth stray about By holy cros...
Cubeb
...ing a single and thin friable shell of capsule, containing a si...
Curious
... matters; for more things are shewn unto thee than men understa...
Curse (verb active)
... Laius' death,And thou hast wished me like him. Dryd. and Lee's...
Cypress-tree
...is worm eaten. It is distinguished into male and female: the br...
Cyprus
... of your receiving, Enough is shewn: a cyprus, not a bosom, Hid...
Cyst
... it out the cystis broke, and shewed itself by its matter to be...
Cystis
... it out the cystis broke, and shewed itself by its matter to be...
Dabble (verb neuter)
... complained of her legs, that she could neither swim nor dabble...
Daffodil
...Bid Amaranthus all his beauty shed,And daffodillies fill their ...
Daffodilly
...Bid Amaranthus all his beauty shed,And daffodillies fill their ...
Daffodowndilly
...Bid Amaranthus all his beauty shed,And daffodillies fill their ...
Daft
...'s Henry IV. p. i. I would she had bestow'd this dotage on m...
Dagger
... A short sword; a poniard.she ran to her son's dagger, and ...
Daintily
...open day-light, that doth not shew the masks and mummeries, and...
Dainty (adjective)
...ou allWill now deny to dance? she that makes dainty,I'll swear ...
Dainty (noun)
...dainty to nightingales. Bacon.she then produc'd her dairy store...
Dairy
...n the plain. Dryden's Virgil. she in pens his flocks will fold,...
Dairymaid
...ch: The dairymaid enquires if she shall take The trusty taylor,...
Dale
...ills, and low adown the dale, she wandred many a wood and measu...
Dally (verb active)
...off the time with often skirmishes. Knolles's History....
Dally (verb neuter)
...o sport; to play; to frolick. she her airie buildeth in the ced...
Danger (noun)
...mnum, Menage from angaria, Minshew from ?????, death, to which ...
Dew (noun)
...her vegetables, which it cherishes, cools and refreshes, after ...
Diamond
...er; and is eminently distinguished from all other substances by...
Dictionary
...s and characters, notes and dashes, which, set together, do sig...
Discriminate
...m from any other person, whom she is not to obey. Stillingfleet...
Discrimination
... The state of being distinguished from other persons or things...
Distain
...blood,And eke the faith which she to me did bind. Fairy Queen.T...
Distress (noun)
...nser's State of Ireland.Quoth she, some say the soul's secureAg...
Doctor (noun)
...dash; Not so sick, my lord,As she is troubl'd with thick coming...
Door
... to a broil, and a riot unpunished is but next door to a tumult...
Dove
...erman.] A wild pigeon. So shews a snowy dove trooping with ...
Down (adverb)
...have not heard the clock, And she goes down at twelve. Shakespe...
Draw (verb active)
... To pull a sword from the sheath.We will our youth lead on ...
Dry (adjective)
...june; barren; plain; unembellished; without pathos. As we shoul...
Dry (verb active)
... Then with her vest the wound she wipes and dries. Denh. See, a...
Eagerness
...desire; ardour of inclination.she knew her distance, and did an...
Elastical
... By what elastick engines did she rear The starry roof, and rol...
Elastick
... By what elastick engines did she rear The starry roof, and rol...
Elate (adjective)
...'te. adj. [elatus, Latin.] Flushed with success; elevated prosp...
Elder (adjective)
... elder than herself; so wears she to him So sways the level in ...
Element (noun)
...shecute;lement. n.s....
Elephant
... a female ready for the male: she is confined to a narrow place...
English (verb)
...ll anethum, and properly Englished dill. Brown's Vulgar Errours...
Episcopacy
...vernment of the church established by the apostles. They dur...
Epistle
... epistles violate chaste eyes,she half consents, who silently d...
Epitome
...terpretation of full time,May shew like all yourself. Shakespea...
Err
...e erred and strayed like lost sheep. Common Prayer. To devi...
Errand
...ve I not forbid her my house? she comes of errands, does she? S...
Erratically
...hout rule; without any established method or order. They co...
Erratick
...tain order; holding no established course.      ...
Errour
...ncholy's child!Why do'st thou shew to the apt thoughts of men,T...
Espalier
...r fairest tulips in places of shelter, and under espaliers. Eve...
Espial
...t grate. Shakesp. Hen. VI. she had some secret espials to lo...
Ethicks
... For of all moral virtues, she was all That ethicks speak of...
Ewe
...Ewe. n.s. [eowe, Saxon.] The she-sheep; the female to the ram....
Exuviae
....s. [Latin.] Cast skins; cast shells; whatever is thrown off, o...
Eye (noun)
...Opinion formed by observation.she told her husband, she designe...
Eye (verb active)
...lush, Modest as morning, when she coldly eyes The youthful Ph&o...
Eyeglance
...s countenance was bold, and bashed not For Guyon's looks; but s...
Eyelid
... Therewith her dim eyelids she up 'gan rear, On which the dr...
Eyestring
...eline. To know whether the sheep are sound or not, see that ...
F
...ding to that opinion distinguished in the enumeration of the al...
Fabrick (verb)
...;         shew what laws of lifeThe cheese ...
Facile
...rcilious; not austere.I meant she should be courteous, facile, ...
Fact
...; The consul, not the father, sheds the blood.  Dryde...
Faction
...ed thirty thousand strong; If she hath time to breathe, be well...
Fare (verb)
...o our sight, Like to a man in shew and shape he fared. Fairfax....
Fart (verb)
...urst,Just at the breech it flashes first;So from my lord his pa...
Farthingale
...;         she seems a medley of all ages, W...
Fashion (noun)
...shion or no, in Arcadia, that shepherds should perform such val...
Fashionable
... Approved by custom; established by custom; modish.The eminen...
Fast (adjective)
...eceiving richness. Sidney. If she perceived by his outward chea...
Fast (noun)
...with hunger and fire. Taylor. she's gone unkindly, and refus'd ...
Fast (verb)
.... vi. Last night the very god shew'd me a vision: I fast, and p...
Fear (noun 1)
...And found no place where safe she shrowd him might. F. Q. For f...
Fear (verb neuter)
... Albion's bosom torn: So much she fears for William's life, Tha...
Fellow (noun)
...w. n.s. [quasi, to follow, Minshew; from fe, faith, and laʒ...
Female (adjective)
...Not masculine; belonging to a she. If by a female hand he had f...
Female (noun)
...e, French; femella, Latin.] A she; one of the sex which brings ...
Feminine (noun)
...Féminine. n.s. A she; one of the sex that brings y...
Filbert
... A fine hazel nut with a thin shell. In August comes fruit o...
First (adverb)
...his spot of earth uncurst, To shew how all things were created ...
First-fruits
...the green ear, and the yellow sheaf. Milt. P. L. The blooming h...
Firstling (noun)
...        A shepherd next, More meek, came wi...
Fish (noun)
...e water. The beasts, the fishes, and the winged fowls, Are t...
Fish (verb active)
...ny thing else. Some have fished the very jakes for papers le...
Fish (verb neuter)
... To be employed in catching fishes. To endeavour at any thing b...
Fish-pond
...t value the Romans put upon fishes, it will not appear incredib...
Fistulous
...cers become fistulous, I have shewn you. Wiseman's Surgery....
Fly (noun)
... to think of the fly in their sheep, or the tares in their corn...
Foulmouthed
...reputation is too well established in the world to receive any ...
Foulness
...ulness of other cloaths are washed out, in these they were usua...
Freak (noun)
...fear the fickle freaks, quoth she,Of fortune, and the odds of a...
Freakish
...more freakish of the two; for she was still the same uneasy fop...
Friday
... Freya, a Saxon deity. An' she were not kin to me, she would...
Friend (noun)
...s.Aurora riding upon Pegasus, sheweth her swiftness, and how sh...
Full (adjective)
...at which is at present established, he could scarcely do it in ...
Fur (verb)
...e it with a feather into some shell. Peacham.The sisters, mourn...
Fusee (2)
...Fusee of a bomb or granado shell, is that which makes the wh...
Fusil (adjective)
...rpetual flames,O'er sand and ashes, and the stubborn flint,Prev...
Gabardine
... gabardine; there is no other shelter hereabout. Shakespeare's ...
Gabble (verb)
...hen thou could'st not, savage,shew thine own meaning, but would...
Gad (verb)
...templation. Herbert. Thee, shepherd, thee the woods and desa...
Gadder
...oad, causeth great anger, and she will not cover her own shame....
Gag (verb)
...gaghel, Dutch, the palate, Minshew.] To stop the mouth with som...
Gainful
...On what is gainful: sometimes she divertsFrom solid counsels. P...
Galaxy
... We dare not undertake to shew what advantage is brought to...
Gall (noun)
...tiest meat they taste! Shakes.she still insults, and you must s...
Gall (verb active)
...;       When I shew justice,I pity those I do no...
Giblets
...'blets. n.s. [According to Minshew from gibbet, gobblet: accord...
Gipsy
... other a prophetick sieve and sheers. Garth's Dispensat. A ...
Give (verb active)
...om thou gavest to be with me, she gave me of the tree, and I di...
Glass (noun)
...ears, who bears a glass Which shews me many more. Shakespeare's...
Go
...hence. Gen. xlii. 15.And when she had so said she went her way....
Grange
...attle of the murrain, and the sheep of the rot; nothing was eve...
Great (adjective)
...ming state, Amidst the crowd, she walks serenely great. Dryd. V...
Habit (verb)
...r fair princessBefore Leontes:she shall be habited as it become...
Habitation
...; dwelling.Wisdom, to the end she might save many, built her ho...
Habitual
...ccustomed; inveterate; established by frequent repetition. &...
Hah
...up, and all her motions just, she stamps, and then cries hah! a...
Hairlace
...eglects to warm her hairlace, she gets a cold as sure as death....
Hairy
...with hair; covered with hair. she his hairy temples then had ro...
Halloo (verb neuter)
...he arrantest coward that ever shewed his shoulders to his enemy...
Hand (noun)
...received great profit, so may she, by a moderate hand, from tim...
Hap
...ugh the flow'ring forest rash she fled,In her rude hairs sweet ...
Happiness
...ike: this variety of pursuits shews, that every one does not pl...
Have
...intain things that are established, we have to strive with a nu...
Head (noun)
... the shade of night,And never shew thy head by day or light. Sh...
Heave (verb active)
...sp;       Made she no verbal quest?— Yes, ...
Hector (noun)
...e of a lye a blot not to be washed out but by blood. South's Se...
Heiress
... that inherits. An heiress she, while yet alive; All that wa...
Hold (verb active)
...ny station. The star bids the shepherd fold; Now the top of hea...
Hook (noun)
...nt so as to catch hold: as, a shepherd's hook and pot hooks.Thi...
Hyacinth
...f the ancients. It is a less shewy gem than any of the other r...
Hyperbole
...y thing is increased or diminished beyond the exact truth: as, ...
I (personal pronoun)
...r I.There is but one man whom she can have, and that is me. Cla...
Ichthyology
...Some there are, as camels and sheep, which carry no name in ich...
Icon
...hose names and icons are published, have deserved good commenda...
Idle (adjective)
...ten have you writ to her; and she in modesty, Or else for want ...
Illegality
...] Contrariety to law. He wished them to consider what votes ...
Imbibe
...rink in; to draw in.A pot of ashes will receive more hot water ...
Imbibition
... drop of oil, let fall upon a sheet of white paper, that part o...
Interview
...led tokens of reconciled love shew ourselves each towards other...
Intestine (adjective)
...ds put an end. Dryden's Ovid. she saw her sons with purple deat...
Invent
...enough, though there were noneshe could devise, and thousand wa...
Jack
...sidue were on foot, well furnished with jack and skull, pike, d...
Jackalent
...oor starven fellow.] A simple sheepish fellow. You little ja...
Jacket
...'s Jacket, is to beat the man.she fell upon the jacket of the p...
Jade (noun 1)
... am as dull as Winter-starved sheep,Tir'd as a jade in overload...
Jade (verb active)
...e honourable bloodMust not be shed by such a jaded groom. Shake...
Jailer
...kept from it, as well because she shunned it, seeing and disdai...
Jakes
...den's Juvenal. Some have fished the very jakes for papers le...
Janty
...of woman is a janty slattern: she hangs on her cloaths, plays h...
Japan (noun)
...s originally done.] Work varnished and raised in gold and colou...
Javelin
...ck deeds. Milt. Pa. Lost. she shakes her myrtle jav'lin; an...
Jay
...nbsp;   Two sharp winged sheers, Deck'd with diverse plume...
Joke (verb)
...l me oft, in joking talk, Of ashes, leather, oat-meal, bran, an...
Journal (noun)
... on Coins. Any paper published daily. ...
Justify
... cruel falshood. Sidney. What she did, whatever in itself, Her ...
Kali
...bick word.] Sea-weed, of the ashes of which glass was made, whe...
Kedge
...ils are to flat her about, if she comes too near the shore. The...
Keel (noun)
...;       Portunusheav'd up his lighten'd keel, an...
Keen (adjective)
...ch of real hunger. Milton.The sheep were so keen upon the acorn...
Keenness
...oth houses, his lordship furnished them with informations, whic...
Keep (noun)
...stody; guard.Pan, thou god of shepherds all,Which of our lambki...
Keep (verb active)
... castle of Vicegrade. Knolles.she kept the fatal key. Milton. ...
Keep (verb neuter)
...n any place or state; to stay.she would give her a lesson for w...
Kelp
...ng alum, the workmen use the ashes of a sea-weed called kelp, a...
Ken (noun)
...from the mountain top Pisanio shew'd thee,Thou wast within a ke...
Ken (verb)
...iads, a new-kindled star;'Tis she that shines in that propitiou...
Kermes
...t granules, soft, and when crushed yield a scarlet juice. It i...
Kernel (noun)
...ible substance contained in a shell.       ...
Kettle
...ded. The fire thus form'd, she sets the kettle on;Like burni...
Key
...which the bolt of a lock is pushed forward or backward. If a ma...
Kibe
...kinner; from kibwe, Welsh, Minshew.] An ulcerated chilblain; a ...
King (noun)
...under his own hand was lately shewed me by sir William Dugdale,...
Kite
...hakes. R. III.The heron, when she soareth high, so as sometimes...
Knock (verb active)
...ok saw my jaws thus knock it, she would have made a pancake of ...
Knot (noun)
...l's name,Tir'd with the walk, she laid her down to rest;And to ...
Knot (verb active)
...beads:But here's a queen when she rides abroadIs always knottin...
Knowledge (noun)
... her pardon, or knowledge why she was cruel. Sidney. ...
Laborant
...chemist. Not in use. I can shew you a sort of fixt sulphur, ...
Labour (noun)
...est, I lose not my labour; if she be otherwise, it is labour we...
Labour (verb active)
... To beat; to belabour.Take, shepherd, take a plant of stubbor...
Labour (verb neuter)
...g unlighted on the earth,When she was lab'ring in the throws of...
Lac
...s. Lac is usually distinguished by the name of a gum, but im...
Lace (verb)
...ke Mrs. Primly's great belly; she may lace it down before, but ...
Laced Mutton
...er to her a lac'd mutton, and she gave me nothing for my labour...
Lacerate
...claims a tear. Va. of human Wishes....
Lachrymation
...ryma.] The act of weeping, or shedding tears....
Lad
...bsp;       The shepherd lad, Whose offspring on ...
Ladder
...by which one climbs.Then took she help to her of a servant near...
Lash (noun)
...hosts, the painsOf sounding lashes, and of dragging chains. Dry...
Lazy
...azy flight,Or like a lazy thrasher with a flail,Fall gently dow...
Leek
... which the middle one is furnished with a chive; the flowers ar...
Leet
...s, one and other, be now abolished, and swallowed up in the cou...
Less (adverb)
...es are preserved and distinguished; and, on the contrary, the m...
Literal (adjective)
...ify in the letter, is accomplished in the truth. Hooker, b. iv....
Love (verb)
...of one sex to the other. Good shepherd, tell this youth what 't...
Machine
...ch. This word is pronounced masheen.] Any complicated piece...
Mackerel
...meadows fair,Than I forget my shepherds wonted love. Gay's Past...
Mad (verb neuter)
...;         she, mixing with a throngOf maddi...
Maid (1)
...a maiden's eyes. Shakespeare. she employed the residue of her l...
Maiden (adjective)
...ew; unused; unpolluted. He fleshed his maiden sword. Shakespear...
Maiden (noun)
...a maiden's eyes. Shakespeare. she employed the residue of her l...
Make (verb active)
.... To produce as the agent.she may give so much credit to he...
Man (noun)
...as it doth to me; the element shews to him as it doth to me, al...
Manna
... made by covering a tree with sheets in the manna season, and t...
Mass (noun)
...ice of the Romish church.Burnished gold is that manner of gildi...
Mate (noun)
...engeance on the passing fleet she pour'd,The master frighted, a...
Meteor
...in his face? Shakespeare. she began to cast with herself fr...
Milk (noun)
...d milk, are an excellent nourisher. Bacon. ...
Monkey
...semblance of man. One of them shewed me a ring that he had of y...
Monster (noun)
...nbsp;       If she live long, And, in the end, m...
Monteth
...vessel in which glasses are washed. New things produce new w...
Month
...'d her hate, So many years is she condemn'd by fate To daily de...
Mosaick
...n small pebbles, cockles, and shells of sundry colours; and of ...
Muzzle (noun)
...turning her muzzle toward me, she threw such a prospect upon me...
My
...his book is mine. Her feet she in my neck doth place. Spense...
Mystagogue
...who keeps church relicks, and shews them to strangers. Bailey...
Name (noun)
...y kind or species is distinguished.What's in a name? That which...
Nameless
...[from name.] Not distinguished by any discriminative appell...
Namely
...s have observed; namely, that she provideth for all living crea...
Namesake
... they have eyes only for blemishes: they can indeed see the lig...
Nap
...ubstance.Amongst those leaves she made a butterflyWith excellen...
Nescience
.... Many of the most accomplished wits of all ages, have resol...
Net
...n with large interstices or meshes, used commonly as a snare fo...
Nincompoop
...compoop, is the best language she can afford me. Addison....
Ninnyhammer
...compoop, is the best language she can afford me. Addison's Guar...
Nisi Prius
...untry. It is directed to the sheriff, commanding that he cause...
Noie
...ock in hand,To stub out the bushes that noieth the land. Tuss. ...
Novity
...s; novelty. Some conceive she might not yet be certain, tha...
Noxious
...e have. Dryden.See pale Orion sheds unwholsome dews,Arise, the ...
Nut
...of a kernel covered by a hard shell. If the shell and kernel a...
Nutmeg
...urth a kernel included in the shell, which lieth under the mace...
Nutriment
...in.] That which feeds or nourishes; food; aliment.   &n...
Oak
...axon; which, says Skinner, to shew how easy it is to play the f...
Oakum
...n oakum, which moulders and washes away with every sea as the s...
Oaten
...f oats; bearing oats. When shepherds pipe on oaten straws,An...
Obelisk
... a dagger [†]. He published the translation of the Septu...
Oglio
...t oglio's, they rather make a shew than provoke appetite. Suckl...
Ombre
...ly carry her to the play; but she had rather go to lady Centaur...
Omen
...ours,Such as have lucky omens shedO'er forming laws and empires...
Ominate
...minor, Lat.] To foretoken; to shew prognosticks. This ominat...
Ominous
...g bad tokens of futurity; foreshewing ill; inauspicious.Let me ...
Omit
...ght make her the most accomplished woman of her age. Addis. ...
Onycha
...ash; The odoriferous snail or shell, and the stone named onyx. ...
Other
... would'st thou her, nor could she thee survive. Dryd. Somet...
Ought (verb)
...criticks ought to show. Pope. she acts just as she ought, But n...
Owe
... spy. Shakesp. Tempest. Fate, shew thy force; ourselves we do n...
Own (noun)
...ign, Engage your honours that she shall be mine. Dryden. It is ...
Oylethole
... better.] Distinguish'd flashes deck the great,As each excel...
Oyster
...er mass held a kind of oyster shell, and other bivalves. Woodwa...
Paint (verb active)
...on and colours.Live to be the shew and gaze o' th' time,We'll h...
Palm (noun)
...ose which remain; among which sheaths or plain twigs break fort...
Parade
...ra'de. n.s. [parade, Fr.] shew; ostentation. He is not led ...
Paradox
...aradox, and make it appear in shew not to be altogether reasona...
Pastern
...ature in contempt.So straight she walk'd, and on her pasterns h...
Peevish
...male lamentations. Sidney. she is peevish, sullen, froward,P...
Pelf
... Soon split him on the former shelf: He put it out again. Dryde...
Penny
... subordinate species of coin. she sighs and shakes her empty sh...
Phenix
...d to rise again from its own ashes. There is one tree, the ...
Piece (noun)
...'d from an age like this; Now she is gone, the world is of a pi...
Pish (interjection)
...e or sufferance. Shakesp. she frowned and cried pish, when ...
Pit (noun)
...m the pit, And in their folly shew the writers wit. Dryden. Now...
Plash (noun)
...time of drought, when many plashes, that they had repaired to, ...
Plentifully
.... Bern is plentifully furnished with water, there being a gr...
Posset (noun)
...ase the milk when it is diminished by the too great use of fles...
Primate
...f the church was first established, the archbishops of Canterbu...
Private (adjective)
...sent of the whole hath established any thing, every man's judgm...
Probable
...those things which are established, doth make it but probable t...
Pseudography
...ny pseudographies in use, but shew of how great concern the emp...
Pshaw
...therefore disturbs all with pishes and pshaws. Spectator, ͏...
Pyramid
...t above,Of it a broad extinguisher he makes,And hoods the flame...
Pyramis
...ng the sides of the flame, crusheth it, and extenuateth it into...
Quadruple
...ory of the World. Fat refreshes the blood in the penury of a...
Quake (verb)
...w Pamela behind a tree; where she stood quaking like the partri...
Quell (verb active)
...main'd, That once disdaining, she might be disdain'd. Dryden. ...
Queller
....s. [from quell.] One that crushes or subdues.    ...
Quoif (verb)
...o dress with a head-dress. she is always quoiffed with the h...
Rabbit
... I knew a wench married, as she went to the garden for parsly...
Racer
...ood. Dorset. A poet's form she plac'd before their eyes,And ...
Radiant
...n. Mark what radiant state she spreads,In circle round her s...
Radish
...at is thick, spungy, and furnished with a double row of roundis...
Ram (noun)
...axon; ram, Dutch.] A male sheep; in some provinces, a tup. ...
Ramp (verb)
...hickest wood A ramping lyon rushed suddenly,Hunting full greedy...
Rant (verb)
...ans, others grinning and only shewing their teeth, others ranti...
Rantipole (verb)
... a termagant imperious wench; she used to rantipole about the h...
Regulate
...of certain, regulated, established essences, which are to be th...
Rent (noun 2)
...are thy comings in?O ceremony shew me but thy worth! Shakesp. H...
Reproachful
...;       I have sheath'd My rapier in his bosom, ...
Rhetorical
...y mind, that rhetorical flourishes cannot at all loosen it. Mor...
Rheumatick
... floods, Pale in her anger, washes all the air, That rheumatick...
Rhinoceros
...draw your beast in an emblem, shew a landscape of the country n...
Ribald
... her dainty corse so fair and sheen. Fairy Queen.   &n...
Rough
... of buff. Dryden. Not polished; not finished by art: as, a ...
Rove (verb active)
...Lost. Cloacina as the town she rov'd,A mortal scavenger she ...
Rule (noun)
...nger that form of rule established by the law of their country....
Rule (verb neuter)
...t to my obedience, who cannot shew his divine right to the powe...
S
...gives. It seems to be established as a rule, that no noun sing...
Sabaoth
...he Jews, and from them established among Christians for publick...
Sabbath
...he Jews, and from them established among Christians for publick...
Sack (noun 1)
...s. The measure of three bushels. A woman's loose robe. ...
Sackcloath
...ce more,Thrice every week in ashes she did sit,And next her wri...
Scare
...ve scared away two of my best sheep, which, I fear, the wolf wi...
Sea
...ea. Milton.Small fragments of shells, broken by storms on some ...
Sedentary
...propriate to all students, crushes the bowels; and, for want of...
Seize (verb active)
...dgment, that he should be banished, and his whole estate confis...
Set (verb active)
...lory above his peers. Milton. she sets the bar that causes all ...
Shot (noun)
...en. The flight of a shot. she sat over against him, a good ...
Should
.... Some praises come of good wishes and respects, when by tellin...
Slabber (verb active)
... History of John Bull. To shed; to spill.The milk pan and c...
Slabber (verb neuter)
...from the mouth; to drivel. To shed or pour any thing. ...
Slide (noun)
...ge.We have some slides or relishes of the voice or strings, con...
Slide (verb neuter)
...;   Thou shalt Hate all, shew charity to none; But let the...
Slubber
...ly, or with idle hurry.Nature shewed she doth not like men, who...
Slubberdegullion
...irty, sorry wretch. Quoth she, although thou hast deserv'd,...
Snake
... the oviparous kind, distinguished from a viper. The snake's bi...
Snuff (noun)
...s a snuff. Donne. The snuff-dishes shall be of pure gold. Ex. x...
Snuffle
...-spaniel came down the river, shewing that he hunted for a duck...
Snug (verb)
... to have done amiss, so to be shent. Sidney. As the loving c...
Something (noun)
... nothing. Pope's Letters.Here she beholds the chaos dark and de...
Sonorous
...l sound. Bodies are distinguished as sonorous or unsonorous. &...
Sordes
...oulness; dregs. The sea washes off the soil and sordes wher...
Stain (noun)
...ifferent stains of light that shew themselves in clouds of a di...
Stain (verb)
...t or stain the stone,Why then she lives. Shakespeare's King Lea...
Steril
...m. Brown's Vulgar Errours. she is grown steril and barren, a...
Stone (adjective)
...sent her at the leet, Because she bought stone jugs, and no sea...
Stone (noun)
... or stain the stone, Why then she lives. Shakespeare. Calcu...
String (noun)
...a string with a hundred of nutshels upon it; and the repeating ...
Tabby (adjective)
... On her tabby rival's face,she deep will mark her new disgra...
Tail (noun)
...il. To fly; to run away.Would she turn tail to the heron, and f...
Taint (noun)
...polluting sin with taint hath shedOn what was pure. Milton. ...
Take (verb active)
...f monarchy, took it so ill as she would never after hear of the...
Tantalize
...not touch.] To torment by the shew of pleasures which cannot be...
Tarnish (verb active)
...the rooted forest, vex'd, and sheds What of its tarnish'd honou...
Tax (verb)
...ch he breaks with gold,Who fresher for new mischief does appear...
Techy
...techy to be woo'd to wooe, As she is stubborn-chaste against al...
Telescope
...t wonders in the heavens, and shews the milky way, and the brig...
Temple
...ng our large temples with the shews of peace. Shak. Here we hav...
Temporal
... ecclesiastical. This sceptre shews the force of temporal power...
Tender (adjective)
...Milton.From each tender stalk she gathers. Milton. Sensible...
Testudineous
...testudo, Lat.] Resembling the shell of a tortoise....
That (pronoun)
...ht, but in that they are published. Hooker, b. v. ...
Theatre
...m, Lat.] A place in which shews are exhibited; a playhouse....
There
...s of Windsor. Could their relishes be as different there as the...
Thrift
... such cart jades, and so furnished, as I thought with myself if...
Thrive
... poor cart-jades, and so furnished, that if this be thrift, I w...
Tilman
...ills; an husbandman. Good shepherd, good tilman, good Jack ...
Time (noun)
...st day. Shakesp. Nor will polished amber, although it send fort...
Tire (noun)
...re.] A head-dress.On her head she wore a tire of gold,Adorn'd w...
Tomb (noun)
...m on Drawing. Poor heart! she slumbers in her silent tomb, ...
Tooth (noun)
...ut some have been observed to shed their teeth twice: about the...
Tree
...owth in England, are distinguished by Ray. 1. Such as have thei...
Trephine
...ion managed by one hand. I shewed a trepan and trephine, and...
Trick (noun)
...uch a one thinks to find some shelter in my friendship, and I b...
Turgid
... small holes and make their meshes wide. Bla. Pompous; tumi...
Turtle
....] A species of dove.When shepherds pipe on oaten straws,An...
Turtledove
....] A species of dove.When shepherds pipe on oaten straws,An...
Tush
...er. Tush, tush, my lord, said she, look, here is one step to he...
Tusked
...te;sky.adj. [from tusk.] furnished with tusks. Into the nake...
Tusky
...te;sky.adj. [from tusk.] furnished with tusks. Into the nake...
Twang (verb neuter)
... With her thund'ring voice she menac'd high; And every accen...
Tympany
...of hope. Hamm. He does not shew us Rome great suddenly,As if...
Type
...liverance. Milton.The Apostle shews the Christian religion to b...
Typify
...a. [from type.] To figure; to shew in emblem. The resurrecti...
Typography
...pamphlet treatises daily published amongst us, are pieces conta...
Tyranness
...;nness. n.s. [from tyrant.] A she tyrant. They were by law o...
Tyrannical
...;         she hath recourseTo tears and pra...
Tyrannick
...;         she hath recourseTo tears and pra...
Tyrant
...e this tyrantCan tickle where she wounds! Shakesp. Cymb.The hou...
Unbent
...hakesp. Cymbeline. Not crushed; not subdued. But thou, secu...
Unbuckle
... His starry helm unbuckled, shew'd him prime In manhood, wher...
Unrepining
... complaining. Barefoot as she trod the flinty pavement, Her...
Utterly
... God, whose property is to shew his mercies then greatest, w...
V
...me character with f, distinguished only by a diacritical point....
Vacuist
... plenists do not prove replenished with subtle matter. Boyle....
Vacuum
...uum, or space and atoms, will shew us some good practical lesso...
Vaginopennous
...s. [vagina and penna, Latin.] sheath-winged; having the wings c...
Vail (verb neuter)
.... To yield; to give place; to shew respect by yielding. In thi...
Vain
...and wet his beard appears;And shedding vain, but seeming real t...
Valance (noun)
...  My houseIs richly furnished with plate and gold;Valance ...
Vale
...knows not Ida vale?An hundred shepherds woned. Spenser.Met in t...
Vane
... turn with the wind. A man she wou'd spell backward; If tall...
Veil (noun)
...ings will dispense. Granville.she accepts the hero, and the dam...
Veil (verb)
...le so much be lent,As half to shew, half veil the deep intent. ...
Vicissitude
...sheíssitude. [vicissitudo,...
Virelay
...in mirth now list ne mask, As she was wont in youngth and summe...
Virtue
...sp; In Belmont is a lady, And she is fair, and, fairer than tha...
Virtueless
...and dead. Raleigh. Virtueless she wisht all herbs and charms, W...
Virtuous
...sp;       What she will to do or say Is wisest, ...
Voice (noun)
...und of the mouth, as distinguished from that uttered by another...
Vouchsafe (verb active)
...s, then marvel at such wit in shepherds, after to like their co...
Vouchsafe (verb neuter)
...y wisdom and virtue? doth not she vouchsafe to love me with lik...
Vow (noun)
... degree than a vow. Hammond. she vows for his return, with vai...
Vulcano
... flies off into the air; the ashes of burning mountains, in vul...
Vulgar (adjective)
...the several beauties and blemishes in the actions of great men....
Waddle
... motion from a right line. she could have run and waddled al...
Wade
...ace in Frenchmen's blood. Sha.she waded through the dirt to plu...
Wafer
...ake wafers and cakes, for our sheepe must be shorne. Tusser.Poo...
Waft (verb neuter)
...t wafted nearer yet, and then she knew,That what before she but...
Wag (verb neuter)
...m wag. Shakespeare.Her charms she mutter'd o'er;And yet the res...
Wage (verb)
...f law: and when it is accomplished, it is called the making or ...
Wager (noun)
...tion. Sidney, b. ii.Full fast she fled, ne ever look'd behind;A...
Waggle
.... The sport Basilius would shew to Zelmane, was the mounting...
Wagon
...e. Spenser.Then to her waggon she betakes,And with her bears th...
Waid
.... [I suppose for weighed.] Crushed. His horse waid in the ba...
Wail (noun)
...    Around the woodsshe sighs her song, which with he...
Wail (verb active)
...Or if no more her absent lord she wails,But the false woman o'e...
Wand
... twig; a long rod.The skilful shepherd peel'd me certain wands....
Waspish
...brow and waspish action,Which she did use as she was writing of...
Water (noun)
...n water, or growing in water. she might see the same water-span...
Watermelon
...ber of melon, and is distinguished from other cucurbitaceous pl...
Wave (noun)
...accurately plane and well polished, without those numberless wa...
Wave (verb active)
...eculiarly yours. Dryden.Since she her interest for the nation's...
Way
...ask'd of ev'ry one, Which way she took, and whither she was gon...
Weal (1)
...    Blood hath been shedEre human statute purg'd the ...
Well (adjective)
... have been well for Genoa, if she had followed the example of V...
Well (adverb)
...one with him, with whom alone she desired to be. Sidney, b. ii....
Where
... At which place or places. she visited that place, where fir...
Whig
...hing on the head of their parishes with an unheard-of fury, pra...
While (noun)
...sing a while, thus to herself she mus'd. Milton. How couldst...
Who
...rine, whose followers are punished? Add. It has sometimes a...
Will (verb)
...;         she's too rough for me; There, th...
Wink (verb)
... because he winks hard, and rushes violently like a horse into ...
Woman (noun)
...e a man;But ending in the sex she first began. Dryden's Æ...
Work (noun)
... of the needle.Round her work she did empale,With a fair border...
Work (verb neuter)
... predictions Bickerstaff published, relating to his death, too ...
World
.... A secular life.Happy is she that from the world retires,A...
Writhe (verb active)
...and cinders. Milton.Her mouth she writh'd, her forehead taught ...
Yarn
...e; yet they say, all the yarn she spun in Ulysses's absence, di...
Yawn (noun)
... Oscitation.Thee, Paridel, she mark'd thee, thereStretch'd o...
Yawn (verb)
...sking yawn'd, for what intent she came? Dryden.To whom the yawn...
Yead
...lf withdraw aside,From whence she might behold that battle's pr...
Yean
...xon.] To bring young. Used of sheep. The skilful shepherd pe...
Yeanling
....s. [from yean.] The young of sheep. All the yeanlings which...
Year
...ickTo make my lady laugh when she's dispos'd,Told our intents. ...
Yearly (adjective)
...; Why the changing oak should shedThe yearly honour of his stat...
Yearn (verb active)
...n. v.a. To grieve; to vex. she laments for it, that it would...
Yell (noun)
...hosts, the painsOf sounding lashes, and of dragging chains.The ...
Yellow
... the green ear and the yellow sheaf. Milton. After a lively ...
Yellowness
....Apples, covered in lime and ashes, were well matured, as appea...
Yellows
...he horse, that are capable of shewing the colour, appear yellow...
Yeoman
...e limbs were made in England, shew us hereThe mettle of your pa...
Yest
...you'd thrust a cork into a hogshead. Shakesp. Winter's Tale. ...
Yet (adverb)
...ide; over and above.This furnishes us with yet one more reason,...
Yeven
...n;        she shall be a grace,   ...
Yield (verb active)
... my glory. Shakesp. King John.she to realities yields all her s...
Yield (verb neuter)
...ear.With her much fair speech she caused him to yield. Prov.The...
Yokefellow
....Those who have most distinguished themselves by railing at the...
Yokemate
....Those who have most distinguished themselves by railing at the...
Yon (adjective)
...r his girdle, and yond haberdasher in a velvet gown furred with...
Yond (adjective 1)
...r his girdle, and yond haberdasher in a velvet gown furred with...
Yond (adjective 2)
...e last them found Amongst the shepherd swains, then waxeth wood...
Yonder (adjective)
...r his girdle, and yond haberdasher in a velvet gown furred with...
You
... by corruption, is now established. You nimble lightnings, dart...
Youngish
...m young.] Somewhat young. she let her second room to a very...
Youngling
...k. Brown. Encourag'd thus she brought her younglings nigh. ...
Youngth
...n mirth now list ne mask, As she was wont in youngth and summe...
Your
...aragoned mistress is dead, or she's outprized by a trifle. Shak...
Youth
...ttire of Venus, when the ball she won, Than that young beauty b...
Zeal
...uctor of the will. Dryden. she with such a zeal the cause em...
Zealot
...at first abhorred, and have wished or acted for the success of ...

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