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Rabato, an ornament for the neck
Rack, to exaggerate.
Racking, in rapid motion.
Rake, to cover.
Rank, rate or pace.
Rank, grown up to a great height and strength.
Rapt, rapturously affected.
Rarely, curiously, happily.
Rascal, applied to lean deer.
Rash, heady, thoughtless, quick,
Refell, to refute.
Regiment, government, authority.
Resolve, to dissolve.
Respective, cool, considerate.
Retire, to draw back.
Reverb, to reverberate.
Royalty, nobleness, supreme excellence.
Roynish, mangy or scabby.
Ruff, the folding of the tops of boots.
Ruffle, to riot, to create disturb
Right-drawn, drawn in a right | Scamble, to scramble.
Rigol, a circle.
Ringed, environed, encircled. Ripe, come to the height Rivage, the bank or shore. Rivality, equal rank.
Scan, to examine nicely.
Scant, to be deficient in, to con
Scantling, measure, proportion Scapes of wit, sallies, irregular
, a scurvy wom
Co squat down
ets, abusive langu
, a country-dan
draught of jo jue to a king. to make roval
Scath, to do an injury.
Scathful, mischievous, destructive.
Scone, a petty fortification.
Scotched, cut slightly.
Scrip, a writing, a list.
Scroyles, scabby fellows.
Sculls, great numbers of fishes swimming together. Scutched, whipt, carted.
Seal, to strengthen or complete. Seam, lard.
Sear, to stigmatize, to close. See Sere.
Season, to temper, to infix, to impress.
Seasoned, established or settled
Seated, fixed, firmly placed.
Seel, to close up.
Shut-up, to conclude.
Sight, the perforated part of a helmet.
Single, weak, debile, small, void
Seeming, specious, hypocriti- Sithence, thence.
Seen versed, practised.
Self-bounty, inherent generosity.
Sennet, a flourish or sounding.
Sizes, allowances of victuals.
Sledded, riding in a sled or sledge
start two dogs at the same time. Sliver, to cut a piece or slice. Slops, loose breeches, or trowsers, tawdry dress.
Serjeant, a bailiff or sheriff's of- Slough, the skin which the ser
Serpigo, a kind of tetter.
Serve, to accompany.
Setebos, a species of devil.
dishes on the table. Shame, to disgrace. Shame, modesty. Shard-borne, born by shards or scaly wings. 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, disgraced. Shent, to reprove harshly.
pent annually throws off. Slower, more serious. Slubber, to do any thing carelessly, imperfectly, to obscure. Smilingly, with signs of pleasure. Smirched, soiled or obscured. Smoothed, to stroke, to caress, to fondle.
Sneap, to check or rebuke, a rebuke.
Soil, spot, turpitude, reproach.
Sound, to declare or publish.
Soul, to pull by the ears.
Sperr, to shut up, defend by bars, &c.
Spleen, humour, caprice, spirit.
Spleen, violent hurry, tumultuous speed.
Spleens, inclination to spitefu! mirth.
Spot, stain or disgrace.
Sprag, or spackt, apt to learn.
Springing, blooming, in the
Square, compass, comprehen-
Stale, a pretence.
Stand, to withstand, to resist. Standing bowls, bowls elevated on feet.
Stannyal, the common stone hawk.
Star, a scar of that appearance.
State, a chair with a canopy
State, official state, dignity.
States, persons of high rank.
Statue, a portrait.
Staves, the wood of the lances. Stay, a hinderer, a supporter. Stead, to assist, or help. Sticking-place, the stop in a machine. Sticklers. sidesmen.
Stigmatical, marked or stigmatized.
Stigmatick, one on whom nature
has set a mark of deformity.
Stoccata. a thrust or stab with a rapier.
Stock, a term in fencing.
Stomach, passion, pride, stubborn resolution, constancy, resolution.
Stoop, a measure somewhat more than half a gallon.
Stover, a kind of thatch.
Suggest, to tempt, to prompt, to
Sullen, obstinately troublesome.
Supposed, counterfeited, imagined.
Sure, safe, out of danger, surely. Sur-reined, over-worked, or ridden.
Suspire, to breathe
Swaggerer, a roaring, fighting fellow.
Swart, or swarth, black, or dark brown.
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..
Strachy, probably some kind of Sway, the whole weight, mo
Unclew, to draw out, to exhaust. Uncoined, real, unrefined, unadorned.
Unconfirmed, unpractised in the ways of the world.
Under generation, the antipodes Undergo, to be subject to. Under-skinker, a tapster, an un derdrawer.
Undertaker, one who takes upon
himself the quarrel of another Underwrite, to subscribe,to obey Under-wrought, under-worked undetermined.
Wassels, meetings of rustic Wimple, a hood or veil.
Winter-ground, to protect against
Wish, to recommend.
Witch, to charm, to bewitch.
Wittol, knowing, conscious of.
Woman-tired, he pecked. Wondered, able to perform wonders.
Wood, crazy, frantic.
Woodman, an attendant on the forester.
Woolward, a phrase appro
priated to pilgrims and penitentiaries.
Words, dispute, contention.
Wrongs, the persons who wrong Wrongs, injurious practices Wroth, misfortune.