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chaw, vb, to chew, 1. iv. 30, III. X. 18, v. vi. clew, plotlit. a ball of thread, 11. i. 8 ; ball 19, xii. 39, Gnat 86; to meditate on, 11. iv. (of silk), 111. xii. 14. 29.

clieffe, cliff, iv. xii. 5. chayre, throne, Teares 510.

clift', cliff, 1. viii. 22, 11. xii. 4, 7, 8, 11. iv. 7. chearen, to become cheered up, courageous, clift?, chink, opening, crack, iv. ix. 27.

1. X. 2 ; to encourage, 1. iii. 34; pa. part. clim, to climb, 111. iv. 42. entertained, regaled, 11. i. 42.

clinck, chink, keyhole, S. C. May 251. cheere, chere, cheare, countenance, 1. i. 2, clipping, pres. part, clasping, embracing, III. ii. 42, iv. i. 50 ; aspect, S. C. Feb. 26; food,

viii. 10. S.C. July 188; mood, iv. ii. 51, S.C. Apr. clogd, encumbered, burdened, 111. X. 35. 69, Nov. 151, Past. Aeglogue 23.

clombe, pret. mounted, climbed, 1. X. 49, III, checked, chequered, 11. xii. 18.

iii. 61, 1v. v. 46. checklaton, ciclaton, a sưuff of silk or cloth close, secret, hidden, 11. i. 56, iv. iv. 16, Bellay of gold, vi. vii. 43.

174, Amor. Son. 25. chepe, sb. price, charge, vi. xi. 40.

closely, secretly, 1. vi. 32, w. ii. 28, vi. 16, cherelie, cheerfully, cheerily, T'eares 321.

Hubberd 331. cheriping, vbl. sb. chirping, S.C. June 55. clouch, clutch, III. X. 20, v. ix. 11. cherishment, tenderness, cherishing, Teares clout, shred, rag, 1. ix. 36; cloth, S.C. May 242. 576.

clouted', ppl. adj. covered with a clout or cherry, to cheer, delight, vi. x. 22.

cloth, S.C. Mar. 50. cheuisaunce, enterprise, 11. ix. 8, 111. vii. 45, clouted? (cream), ppl. adj. clotted, S. C. Nov. xi. 24, S. C. May 92.

99. cheuisaunce, a flower (wall-flower ?), S. C. cloue, pret, cleaved, 11. ii. 3, vi. 31. clouen, Apr. 143.

pa. part. I. v. 12. chickens : faithlesse chickens, heathen brood, cloyd, pret. pierced, gored, 111. vi. 48. 11. iii. 46.

clyme, to clinib, mount, 1. iv. 17. chiefe, head, top, S. C. Nov, 115.

coast", quarter, region, 11. iii. 6. chill, to shiver (with cold), Hubberd 993. coasta: on even c.= on equal terms, 11. iii, 17. chimney, fireplace, 11. ix. 29.

cf. cost. chine, back, vi. iii. 3.

coasted, pret. approached, v. ii. 29. chippes, parings of bread-crust, S.C. July 188. coch, coach, iv. iii. 46. chorle, churl, 11. vii. 15.

cockatrice, serpent, identified with the chyld, to give birth to, vi. xii. 17.

basilisk, fabulously said to kill by its mere chynd, pret. split asunder, broke, iv. vi. 13. glance, Amor. Son. 49. ciuil, civilized, Hubberd 45.

cock-bote, a small, light boat, 111. viii. 24. ciuilite, civilization, vi. Prol. 4; courtesy, cocked (hay), heaped up, made into haycocks, chivalry, 11. i. 44, vi. i. 26.

S.C. Nov. 12. clad, to clothe, vi.iv. 4.

cockel, cockle, a weed which grows in corn. clambe, pret, climbed, vii. vi. 8.

fields, S. C. Dec. 124. clame, to call, shout, iv.x. II.

cognizaunce, recognition, 11. i. 31. clap, sb. stroke, iv. x. 9, Gnat 5'9.

colled, pret, embraced, . ii. 34. clap, vb. to shut, slam, ii. xii. 3.

colour, vb. to disguise, hide, vi, x. 37. clark, clerk, scholar, v.x. I. Teares 335. colourable, specious, plausible, deceptive, III. claue, pret. cleaved, Gnat 568.

iii. 19, S. C. May Arg. 9. clawbacke, sycophant, toady, Three Lett. p. colourably, with a hidden meaning, ineta621.

phorically, S. C. p. 427. cleane, clene, cleene, entirely; adv. 1. i. 50, coloure, sb. pretence, S. C. p. 455.

iv. vii. 13, V. X. 25, VII. vii. 52, S. C. pp. 426, coloured, ppl. adj. disguised, hidden, s. C. 443, 447; adj. pure, 1. X. 58.

Feb, 162. cleanly, cdj. artful, Hubberd 857 ; adv. ari- colt wood, leaves, &c. of coltsfoot, 111. ii. 49. fully, Hubberd 862.

colwort, plant of the cabbage kind (genus clearkly, learnedly, Three Lett. p. 614. Brassica), Muiop. 200. cleep, clepe, to call, name, 11. jii. 8, ix. 58, comber, to encumber, S.C. Feb. 133. comIV. X. 34, vi. x. 8, Worlds Vanitie 58, Clout bred, ppl. adj. hindered, impeded, 1. viii. 10. 113.

combrous, cumbrous, harassing, 1. i. 23, II. clemence, clemency, v. vii. 22.

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- combyned, joined, fastened, iv. X. 40, Beautie to draw together, II. vi. 19; to contain, vi. 205.

viii. 18. comen, common, usual, S. C. June 45. comprouinciall, of the same province, m. commandement, command, control, Clout 263.

con, to know, S. C. July 45, Sept. 90. commen, common, to converse, 11. ix. 41, conceipt, conceit, idea, v. vii. 38; concep

tion, pp. 407, 409, 435, Elegie 124; opinion, comment, to devise, invent (of a false state- judgement, estimation, s.č. p. 427, Clout

ment), vii. vii. 53. commixtion, copulation, vi. vi. 12.

conceiptfull, ciever, vi. xii. 16. commixture, mingling, mixture, vi. i. 8; conceiue, to perceive, v. v. 31, 35. copulation, Clout 802.

concent, sb. harmony, m. xii. 5, Beautie 199. la commodity, -ie, advantage, vi. xi. 10, Two concent, vb. to harmonize, iv. ii. 2. Lett. p. 635.

concrew, to grow into a mass, iv. vii. 40. commonly, familiarly, in intimate union, 1. x. concurring, combining, Three Lett. p. 630. 56.

cond, pret. learned, S.C. Feb. 92, Clout 74. compacte, agreed, arranged, v. vi. 16. condigne, worthy, vii. vi. 11. compacted, close, 111. i. 23.

condiscend, to consent, v. i. 25. compacture, compact structure, 11. ix. 24. conditions, qualities, 111, ix. 4, Beautie 137. companie, sb, companion, iv. i. 38.

conduct', management, 11. ii. 25. companie, vb. to be a gay companion, Hubberd conducta, guide, vi. xi. 35. 506.

conference, conversation, Two Lett. p. 640. compare, compaire 1 (with), to vie with, confound, confounded, Muiop. 262.

rival, 11. v. 29, M!uiop. 271, Elegie 18. confusion, destruction, S. C. May 219. compare , to acquire, 1. iv. 28.

congé, leave, farewell, 11. i. 34, iii. 2, 111. i. I, compasse, proportion, 11. ix. 24; extent,

range, 111.18.46. in compas = around, 111. iii. 10. congregate, pa. part. congregated, assembled, compassion, vb. to pity, Clorinda 2.

vil. vi. 19. compast, ppl. adj. round, circular, iv. iv. 30. coniúre, to entreat, i. xii. 27 ; to conspire, v. compást, pa. part. contrived, 1. vii. 18;

X. 26. arranged (in a circle), Elegie 23.

conne, can, S. C. Epistle p. 417; to know, compel, to force to come, 11. i. 5; to force, S.C. June 65. constrain, 1. vi. 26.

consent', wish, opinion, iv. viii. 50. compile, compyle, to build, 111. iii. 10; to consent, harmony, Gnat 226. Cf.concent. heap up, produce, 111. ii, 12, vi. 1; to compose consórt, sb. companion, vii. vi. 51. (of a song), iv. viii. 4, Beautie 273; to com- consórt, sb.? accord, 1. xii. 4; harmony, sing. pose, settle, iv. ix. 17.

ing together, 111. i. 40, Past. Aeglogrie 31. complaine, -playne, to lament, S.C. Nov. consort, vb. to combine, unite, 11. xii. 70,

44; to compose as a complaint, Clout 511. Elegie 76. complement, completeness, 111. v. 55 ; polite- conspyre, to agree, S. C. p. 458. ness, courtesy, vi. X. 23, Hubberd 692; ac- constraine, to bring about by force, v. vi. 19; complishment, consummation,, Hubberd 338; to incur, Hubberd 561. (mock) courtesy, civility, Clout 790. constraint, force, 1. vii. 34; confinement, 1. complexion, quality, character, humour,' x. 2 ; distress, 11. ii. 8, S.C. May 249.

temperament,' 11. iii. 22, 111. vi. 8, vi. 38. contagion, contagious quality or influence, v. complish, to accomplish, fulfil, v. xi. 41. vii. 11, Muiop. 256. complot, conspiracy, plot, Hubberd 178. containe, to restrain, control, 111. ix. 7, v. xii. complyne, the last service of the day in the 1, vi. vi. 7. Catholic ritual, Hubberd 452.

conteck, strife, discord, 11. i, 64, S. C. May comportance, bearing, behaviour, 11. i. 29. 163, Sept. 86. composition, agreement, v. X. 27; agreement contempt, contemned, despised, S. C. Nov. (to pay money), vi. i. 43.

48. compound, to settle, compose, 111. iii. 23 ; to contentation, satisfaction, Three Lett. p. 619.

p. settle, agree (as to terms), v. xii. 4.

continent, land, earth, 111. iv. 30, v. 25. comprehend, to contain, iv. i. 27.

continuaunce, stay, delay, vi. iii. 19. comprize, to perceive, comprehend, 11. ix. 49; 1 contráct, pa. part. contracted, 111. ix. 42.

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contraire, to oppose, hinder, vii. vi. 7. 35; coucht, Elegie 12. couched, ppl. contráry, contrárie, 11. ii. 24, xi. 6, 111. ii. adj. lowered, 1. iii. 34. 40, iv. i. 42, iii. 27.

couchant, lying with the body rested on the contriue, to pass, spend (time), 11. ix. 48. legs and the head lifted up (herald.), 111. ii. 25. controlement, control, restraint, Three Lett. could, knew, vi. v. 36.

count, consideration, esteem, iv. X. 18. controuerse, controversy, dispute, iv. v. 2. and c.= important consideration, v. x. 16. conuaid, pa. part. removed, 1. ii. 24.

countenance, sb. demeanour, 1. iv. 15, iv. i. conuenable, in agreement, conformable, S.C. 5; position, standing, v. ix. 38, S. C. May so. Sept. 175.

countenance, vb. to make a show of, pretend, conuent, to summion together, vil. vii, 17.

II. ii. 16. conuert, refl. to turn one's attention, v. ix. 37. counter, sb. encounter, Teares 207. conueyance, underhand dealing. Hubberd counter, adj. opposing, vi. xii. 1. 856.

counterbuff, to rebuti, s. C. p. 427. conuince, to conquer, 111. ii. 21.

counter-cast, antagonistic artifice, vi. iii. 16. coosen, sb. kinsman, 11. iii. 13.

counterchaunge, requital, 111. ix. 16. coosen, adj. kindred, 11. iv, 12.

counterfect, false, counterfeit, S.C. Sept. 206. coosin, vb. to cozen, cheat, Hubberd 874. counterfesaunce, -feisance, counterfeiting, coosinage, fraud, Hubberd 857.

deception, 1. viii. 49, 11. viii. 8, iv. iv. 27, coosined, pret, defrauded, Hubberd 862. Teares 197, Hubberd 667. cope, sb. canopy, Love 95.

counterpeise, to counterbalance, v. ii. 46. cope, vb. to make an exchange, Hubberd 527. counterpoint, counter-siroke, Hubberd 1140. copesmate, partner, accomplice, Hubberd counterpoynt, app. plot, trick, stratagem, 939.

S.C. May Arg. p. 435. coportion, joint portion, vi. ii. 47.

counterpoys, to counterbalance, v. ii. 30. corage, mind, nature, 1. V. I, 1. ii. 10; anger, counteruailable, to be matched or set up as wrath, 111. X. 30.

equivalent, Three Lett. p. 631. corbe, sb. corbel, iv.x.6.

counteruaile, to resist, 11. vi. 29, vii. vi. 49 ; corbe, adj. bent. crooked, S. C. Feb. 56. to reciprocate, Two Lett. p. 639. cordwayne, -waine, Spanish leather made countie, domain of a count, earldom, R. T.

originally at Cordova, 11. iii. 27, vi. ii. 6. 273. cormoyrant, cormorant, 11. xii. 8.

coupe, coop, cage, prison, S. C. Oct. 72. coronall, circlet for head, coronet, 1. v. 53; couplement, union (of two), iv. iii. 52, Proth,

wreath, garland, S.C. Feb. 178, Epith. 255. 95; couple, vi. V. 24. coronation, carnation, S. C. Apr. 138. courd, pret, covered, protected, 11. viii. 9. corpse, body (living), form, S.C. Nov. 168, courst, pret. ran a course (in a tournament),

Beautie 135. corps, body (dead), 1. v. 38. iv. iv. 30 ; chased, v. iv. 44, ix. 16. coursed corse, body (dead), 1. i. 24, ii. 24; body (living), (over) = recounted quickly, Three Lett.

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618. 1. viii. 40, 11, v. 23 ; stature, form, 1. iii. 42. court, to pay court to, make love to, 11. ix. 34; corsiue, sb. corrosive (grief, annoyance), iv. absol. 11, ii. 15. courting, ppl. adj., R. T.

202. Corydon, pseudonym, Clout 382.

courting, frequenting the court, practice of Coshma, pseudonym, Clout 522.

a courtier, Hubberd 784. cosset, hand-reared lamb, S. C. Nov. 42, 46, couth, could, li. vii. 58, S.C. Jan. 10, Feb. 206.

190, June 41. cost, coste, sb. point (of compass), direction, couert, con ng, 11. Prol. 5; covered, secret, vi, xii. 1; side, Hubberd 294. on equall cost = iv. viii. 9.

on equal ground, on equal terms, iv. iii. 24. couerture, shelter, S.C. July 26 ; dissimulacost, vb. to approach (cf. coast), Daphn. 39. tion, deceit, Hubberd 683. costmarie, an aromatic perennial plant allied couet, to desire (with inf.), 1. xii. 20, 11. xii. 20.

to the pansy, Gnat 670, Muiop. 195. couetise, -ize, covetousness, 1. iv, 29, 111. iv. cot, boat, 11. vi. 9.

7, S. C. Sept. 82, Hubberd 996, 1309. cote, house, s. . July 162 ; profession, S. C. cowardree, cowardice, Hubberd 986. Sept. 111.

cowched, laid down, placed, Three Lett. p. couch, to crouch, stoop, 111. i. 4. couched, 625. pa, part. set, placed, arranged, i. xi. 9, Bellay I cowheard, cowardly, v. viii. 50, X. 15.

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E cowherdize, cowardice, vi. X. 37.

curat, curiet, cuirass, v. v. 20, v. viii. 34, vi. coy, adj. hidden, secluded, wv, X. 22. coye, vb. to act coyly, affect reserve, Three cure, care, charge, 1.V.-44. Lett. p. 629.

curelesse, incurable, irremediable, 111, X. 59, cracknelle, light, crisp biscuit, S.C. Jan. 58,

vi. vi. 2, S. C. Aug. 104.

curious, inquisitive, prying, 111. ix. 26 ; elacraesie, cracked, Clout 374.

borate, Teares 542; ingenious, Clout 8; adv. crag, cragge, neck, S. C. Feb. 82, Sept. 45. carefully, iv. x, 22. craggy, rugged, rough, iv. vii. 25.

cursed, ill-fated, v. viii. 43. crake, sb. boasting, 11. xi. 10.

curtaxe, cutlass, iv. ii. 42. crake, vb. to boast, brag, v. iii, 16, vii. vii. 50. curtoll, abbreviation, Two Lett. p. 639. crall, to crawl, 1. i. 2, 11. iii. 26.

custome: of c. = =as was usual, Hubberd 245. cranck, adv. boldly, lustily, S. C. Sept. 46. cut, fashion, shape, Hubberd 211. crank, sb. winding, vii. vii. 52.

cypher, letter, character, 11. ii. 25, 45. craple, grapple, claw, v. viii. 40. crased, ppl. adj. impaired, 111. ix. 26.

D cratch, manger, H. Love 226. creakie, full of creeks, Bellay 119.

dædale, skilful, 11. Prol. 2; fertile, iv. X. 45. creast, helmet, iv. iv. 30. creast-front = front daffadillies, - downdillies, daffodils, m. iv.

of excrescence on dragon's head, Gnat 308. 29, xi. 32, S. C. Jan. 22, Apr. 140. creasted, crested, adorned, iv. i. 13.

daint, choice, dainty, 1. X. 2, 111. Prol. 2, iv. i. cremosin, 11. xi. 3, S. C. Apr. 59; cremsin, 5. dayntiost (superl.), 11. xii. 42. S. C. Feb. 130, crimson.

dainty, daintiness, fastidiousness, 1. ii. 27. crew, sb.? company, band, 111. vii, 11, vii. vi. dalliaunce, amorous talk or play, 1. viii. 5, 11. 14, Clout 931.

ii. 35, Teares 186. crewe, sb.? pot, S. C. Feb. 209.

dallie, to trifle, iv. i. 36. crime, wrongdoing, sin (collect.), 11. xii. 75, damb, dam (mill-d.), v. xi. 31. VII. vii. 18; (criminal) cause, 1. xi. 46; accusa- dambe, dam (of a lamb), S. C. Aug. 39. tion, S. C. Feb. 162.

dame, lady, 11. vi. 22. crisped, ppl. adj. curled, 11. iii. 30.

damme, mother (of a bird), Epigrams p. critique, critical, Misc. Sonn, i.

607. crocke, pot, jar, v. ii. 33.

damn, damne, to condemn, v. X. 4, Hubberd crooke, gallows (cross), v. v. 18; bending (of 1244, Misc. Sonn. i. a path), vii. vii. 52.

damnifyde, pa. part. injured, 1. xi. 52, 11. vi. croscut, to cut across, III. X. 59.

43. croslet, small cross, 1. vi. 36.

damozell, damsel, 11. i. 19. croud, fiddle or viol, Epith. 131.

Dan, a title ; Master, Sir, 111. viii. 21, iv. ii. 32. crouper, crupper, 11. i. 6.

Danisk, Danish, iv. x. 31. cruddle, to curdle, S. C. Feb. 46.

Daphne, pseudonym, Clout 386. cruddy, curdled, 1. V. 29, . iii. 47, iv. 34. dapper, neat, pretty, S. C. Oct. 13. crudled, ppl. adj. curdled, 1. vii. 6, ix. 52, S.C. dared, pa. part. afraid, S. C. Aug. 24. Feb. Arg. 11, Past. Elegie 152.

darksom, dark, ii, iii. 12, 15. cruell, cruelly, iv. vii. 30, Cloul 909.

darraine, darrayne, to set troops in array, crumenall, purse, pouch, S. C. Sept. 119. prepare, for battle, 1. iv. 40, vii. 11, 11. ii. 26, cud, inside of throat; place where cud is 111. i. 20, iv. iv. 26, v. 24, v. ii. 15, xii. 9; to chewed ?, Gnat 86.

order, arrange (a battle), iv, ix. 4. cuffling, striking ( = scuffling?), iv. iv. 29. darre, 10 dare, l1. Prol. 2. cull (out), to select, Teares p. 480.

darred, ppl. adj. frightened, terrified (cf. cullambyne, Columbine (name of flower), dared), vii. vi. 47. Amor. Son, 64.

daw (jackdaw), fool, Hubberd 913. culter, ploughshare, Thest. 75.

dayes-man, mediator, judge, 11. viii. 28. culuer, dove, 11. vii. 34, Teares 246, Amor. dayr’house, dairy, vii. vi. 48. Son. 89.

daze, to bewilder, 111. vii. 7. dazd, dazed, culuering, culverin, a kind of cannon, v. x. 34. pa. part, dazzled, bewildered, 1. i. 18. viii. cumbrous, troublesome, 1. i. 23, R. T. 305. 20, 111. vii. 13: Amor. Son. 3 ; ppi. aug. i. cunnye, cony, rabbit, Three Lett. p. 615.

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dead, to deaden, deprive of force, vigour, pa. part. considered, 11. xi. 23; judged, prel. Epitaph (2) 38. deaded, pa, parl, iv. x.i. 11. vii. 55, S. C. Aug. 137. 20, vi, vii. 25, xi. 33.

deene, din, noise (fig.), p. 412. dead-doing, death-dealing, murderous, 11. iii. deface, to abash, put out of countenance, 11. 8, Amor. Son. I.

iv. 25, Hubberd 707; to destroy, extinguish, deadly, death-like, 1. iii. 11; mortal, fatal, 1. II. viii, 25, Worlds Vanitie 152, Amor. Son, vii. 23, xi. 49; adv. III. i. 38.

31. defaced, pa. part. destroyed, Teares dealth, bestows, iv. i. 6.

399. See also defaste. deare, sb. injury, harm, 1. vii. 48.

defaicted, pa. part. defeated, S. C. p. 443. deare, adj.' valuable, 111. iv. 23; (as sb.) dar- defame, disgrace, dishonour, 11. v. 26, 111. i. 27, ling, 1. vii. 16.

v. i. 28, iii. 38, ix. 43, VI. v. 15. deare, adj.? sore, grievous, 11. v. 38, xi. 34; defaste, pa. part. of 'deface', destroyed, 11. hard, Past. Elegie 124.

iv, 14, 111. ii. 28. defast, broken (law), 11. dearely, boldly, resolutely, 11. viii. 11; griev- viii. 31. ously, at great cost, 1. iv. 42, v. ii. 36, R. T. defeasance, defeat, 1. xii, 12. 504.

defeature, undoing, ruin, 1v. vi. 17. dearling, sb. lover, iv. viii. 54; darling, defend, to ward off, 11. xii. 63, iv. iii. 32, Gnat

523. dearling, adj. darling, iv. Prol. 5.

defily, deftly, skilfully, S. C. Apr. 111. dearnelie, dearnly, sorrowfully, dismally define, to decide, settle, iv. iii, 3. 11. i. 35, Daphn. 196. See also dernely. deflore, to deflower, desecrate, Beautie 39. deaw, sb, dew, 1. i. 36, 39.

deforme, hideous, deformed, 1, xii. 20, 11, xii. deaw, vb. to bedew, sprinkle, 1. xi. 48, 11. ii. 6, 24. v. xii. 13.

deformed, pa.part.rendered hideous, disfigured, deawy, -ie, dewy, 1. ii. 7, v. 2.

II, V, 22. debard, pa. part, stopped, v. ix. 36.

deformed, ppl. adj. (fig.), hateful, 1. ix. 48. debate, sb. struggle, battle, strife, contest, 11. defray, to settle (fig.), appease, 1. v. 42, iv. viii. 54, x. 58, iv. Prol. 1, vi. iii. 22, viii, 13, v. 31. defraide, defrayd, pa. part. disMuiop. 305.

charged, paid (fig.), v. xi. 41, vi. viii. 24. debate, vb. to strive, contend, 11. i. 6, 11. ix. degendered, pa. part. degenerated, v. Prol. 2. 14, vi. iv. 30.

degendering, pres. part. degenerating, H. debatement, strife, contention, 11. vi. 39. debonaire, gracious, courteous, 1. ii. 23, 11. degenerate, to cause to degenerate, Teares i. 26, v. 8.

436. Debóra, 11. iv, 2.

degree: in faire d. = in a pleasant manner, III. decay, sb. destruction, death, 1. ii. 41, vi. 48, xii. 18; by d. = according to rank, v. ix. 27; 11. iii. 15, viii. 51, xi. 41, 111, vii. 41, xi. 52, dearest in d. =as dearly as possible, Clout 14. v. viii. 40, ix. 31, xii. 12. decayes, ruins, deign, to notice (favourably), Thest. 21; to

condescend to accept, S. C. Jan. 63. decayd, vb. pret. became weaker, vi. i. 21 ; delay, to weaken, temper, 11. iv. 35, ix. 30, pa. part. destroyed, 11, viii.

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iv. viii, 1. delayd, pa. part. quenched, III. deceaved, pa. part. taken away by deceit, v.

delice, deluce, see flowre delice. deceipt, deceit, S. C. p. 419, Teares 492. délices, delights, pleasures, 11. v. 28, 1v. x. 6, decesse, death, v. X. 11. decreed, pa. part. resolved on, determined, delight, charm, iv. xi. 6. . vy. vi. 8.

dell, hole, S. C. March 51. lecrewed, pret. decreased, iv, vi. 18. delue, cave, pit, den, 11. vii. Arg., viii. 4, 111. iji. deducted, ppl, adj. reduced, weakened, Love 7, 11.i. 20. 106.

demaine, demeanour, bearing, 11, viii. 23. deeme, deemen, to think, consider, li. viii. demeane, sb. demeanour, behaviour, 11. ix. 40,

3, S. C. Feb. 38, Clout 575; to judge, iv. iii. v. V. 51; treatment, vi, vi, 18. 4, v. 6, v. i. 28; to discern, distinguish, demeane, vb, to ill-treat, abuse, vi. vii. 39. v. i. 8; to judge of, estimate, Love 168; to demeand, pret, behaved to, treated (well), imagine, Amor. Son. 85. d. his payne =

Clout 681, adjudge his punishment, iv, xii. 11. dempt, l demeanure, 111, i. 40, iv. i. 5, Past. Elegie 20;

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xii. 42.

iii. 30.

v. iii. 40.

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