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QUARTER, TO KEEP. To keep one's proper place, and so

be on good terms with another. E. x. p. 38, l. 5, xxii. p. 94,

1. I. QUEECHING, sb. Crying out. But see note. E. xxxix.

p. 163, 1. 16. QUICKNING, sb. A giving life to. E. xli. p. 171, 1. 6. QUIDDITIE, sb. Lit. somethingness, opposed to “nullity,' or nothingness: an old scholastic term denoting essential sub

C. 10. p. 264, 1. 23.
QUIRE, sb. A choir. Ë. xxxvii. p. 156, 1. 16.

stance.

R.

RACES, sb. Breeds. E. xxix. p. 120, l. 10.
RANGE, v. t. To set in order, arrange. E. Iviii. p. 237, 1. 28.
RANGED, D.D. Planted in ranges or rows.

E. xlvi. p. 1941
1. 5.
RANGES, sb. Rows. E. xlvi. p. 193, 1. 28.
RASPES, sb. Raspberries. E. xlvi. p. 187, I. 22.
RATHEST, adv. Soonest; superlative of rathe, early, used

adverbially. C. 1. p. 248, 1. 1. RAVENING, adj. Plundering. 'Ravening fowle' are ‘birds

of prey'. F. p. 240, 1. 2. RAVISH, v. t. To sweep hastily away. E. xvii. p. 69, I. 4. REASON, sb. In the phrases “it is reason', 'it were reason',

where we should use the adjective ‘reasonable'. E. viii.

p. 26, 1. 8, xi. p. 39, 1. 17, xiv. p. 52, l. 26. RECAMERA, sb. A back chamber.' E. xlv. p. 184, 1. 33. RECEIPT, sb. Receptacle. E. xlvi. p. 191, 1. 24. RECIPROQUE, adj. Reciprocal. E. x. p. 37, l. 21. Used

as a substantive. E. ix. p. 37, l. 23. RECONCILEMENT, sb. Reconciliation. E. iii. p. 10, l. 17: RECREATIVE, adj. Recreating, refreshing. E. xxxvii.

p. 157, 1. 32. REDUCED, P.P. Brought within bounds. E. lviii. p. 238, 1.8. REFERENDARIES, . Referees. E. xlix. p. 202, l. 13.. REFLECT, vi. To be reflected. Used as an intransitive

verb. E. xxix. p. 129, 1. 10. REFRAINED, pip. Bridled, restrained, held in check.

E. lvii. p. 228, 1. 10. See note on p. 119, 1. 9. REFRAINING, sb. Bridling, restraining. E. lvii. p. 229, 1. 32. REGARD, IN. Because.

E. xxix. p. 122,

1.

23.
REGIMENT, sb. Regimen. E. xxx.
REIGLEMENT, sb. Regulation. E. xli. p. 170, 1. 31.
REINES, sb. The kidneys (Lat. renes). E. 1. p. 205, 1.

30.
RELATION, sb. Narrative. E. x. p. 37, 1. 27.,
REMEMBRÍNG, adj. Mindful. E. xi. p. 43, 1. 17.
REMOVE, sb. Removal. C. 6. p. 256, 1. 31.
REMOVER, sb. A restless man. E. xl. p. 166, 1. 23.
REPOSED, p.p. Settled, calm. E. xlii. p. 173, 1.

17. REPUTED, pp. Well reputed of, of good reputation. E.

xv. p. 63, 1. 10.

sb.

RESEMBLANCE, sb. Comparison. E. lvi. p. 226, 1. 18. RESEMBLED,P.P. Compared. E. xx. p. 83, I. 34. RESORT, sb. Apparently used in the sense of a spring or

fountain. In this case the phrase "resorts and falls is illus-
trated by the following quotation from Fuller (Holy State,
XXV) : Mr Perkins “ was born the first, and died the last
year of Queen Elizabeth, so that his life streamed in
equal length with her reign, and they both had their
fountains and falls together." See the note. In the De
Aug. the true reading probably fontes for fomites.

E. xxii. p. 95, 1. 21.
RESPECT, 'v. t. To regard, consider. E. xxx. p. 132,

1. 26. Consideration. E. xi. p. 42, I. 23, xiv. p. 51, 1'17, xxiii. p. 97, 1. 25, lii. p. 212, 1. 1.

IN. In case. È. xxviii. p. 116, I. 20. REST, sb. Have set up their rest=have 'staked their all.

Nares (Glossary) thus explains it: “A metaphor from the once fashionable and favourite game of primero; meaning to stand upon the cards you have in your hand, in hopes they may prove better than those of your adversary.” E.

xxix. p. 128, 1. 27. REST, v. i. To remain. E. xxxvi. p. 154, I. 16. RESTRAINED, P. p. Restricted. E. xxvii. p. 112, 1. 3. RETIRING, sb. Retirement. E. I. p. 204, 1. 3. RETURNEŚ, . Parts of a house built out at the back.

E. xlv. p. 182, l. 7. REVEREND, adj. Venerable, deserving of reverence or re

spect. E. xiv. p. 52, l. 15, xx. p. 86, 1. 10, lvi. p. 222, l. 10. RIBES, sb. Probably the Ribes rubrum, or red currant.

E. xlvi. p. 187, l. 22. RICH, adj. Valuable, precious. E. xxv. p. 102, 1. 1. RID, v. t. To get rid of, dispose of. E. xxix. p. 125, 1. 11. RIGHT, adv. Very. E. xxiii. p. 96, 1. 9. RIOTER, sb. A riotous or dissolute person. C. 7. p. 259, 1. 25. RISE, sb. Origin, source. E. xxxiv. p. 147, 1. 24. RISING, pr. p. Arising. E. vi. p. 27, 1. 10. ROUND, adj. Plain, straightforward. E. i. p. 3, 1. 25.

adv. Swiftly, uninterruptedly. E. vi. p. 22, I. 2, Xxiv. p. 100, 1. 4. RUN A DANGER = run a risk. E. xxvii. p. 113, 1. 30.

1. 20.

S. SACIETY, sb. Satiety. E. ii. p. 6, 1. 16, lii. p. 211, SAD, adj. Sober, grave; dark coloured. E. v. p. 17, l. 21. F. p. 240,

1.

4. SALTŃESSÉ, só. Wit. E. xxxii. p. 137, 1.

9. SANCTUARY-MEN, sb. Men who had claimed the privilege

of sanctuary. C. 7, p. 259, 1. 19. SARZA, sb. Sarsaparilla. E. xxvii. p. 107, 1.

20. SATYRIAN, sb. The orchis. E. xlvi. p. 187, l. 23. The sweet

1. 17

satyrian with the white flower is probably the butterfly

orchis. SAYE, adv. Except. E. xx. p. 87, l. 23, xlv. p. 185, l. 15. SCANT, adv. Scarcely. C. 1, p. 247, l. 16.

v. t. To limit. E. xlv. p. 181, 1. 10. SCANTLING, sb. Limit, dimension. "E. Iv. p. 221, l. 11. SCUTCHION, sb. Escutcheon. E. xxix. p. 129, 1. 16. SEAT, sb. Site. E. xlv. p. 180, l. 7. SEA-WATER-GREENE, adj. Sea-green. E. xxxvii. p. 157, SECRÉT, adj. Silent. E. vi. p. 19, 1. 31. SECRETTED, P.p. Kept secret. E. vi. p. 18, 1. 19. SEEK, TO. At a loss. E. xli. p. 171, 1. 11. SEELED, P.p. Having the eyes closed. Hawks were tamed

by sewing up their eyelids till they became tractable, E.

xxxvi. p. 154, 1. 10.
SEELINGS, sb. Wainscottings. E. liv. p. 217, l. 29.
SENSIBLE'OF. Sensitive to. E. vii. p. 27, l. 4:
SENS. T. VEzadi: ,, Sensible.

B. Jonson, Sejanus, v. 10. SENSUAL, adj. Affecting the senses.

E. xvii. p. 69,

1.

19. SENTENCE, sb. Sentiment, opinion. E. ii. p. 6, 1.31, lviii.

P. 231, 1. 4. SEQUESTER, v. t. To withdraw. E. xxvii. p. 106, 1. 12. SET UPON, v. t. To attack. E. xxix. p. 120, l. 22. SEVERALL, adj. Separate, different. E. vi. p. 18, l. 16, xix.

p. 81, 1. 6, xli. p. 171, 1. 8. SHADOW, sb. Shade. E. xi. P. 30, 1.

19. SHAPEN, P.p. Shaped, formed. E. xxiv. I. 2. SHEEPE-MASTER, sb. An owner of sheep. Comp. 2 K.

iii. 4. E. xxxiv. p. 146, 1. 5. SHEW, sb. Appearance. E. liii. p. 213,

v. t. To cause to appear. E. ii. p. 6, 1. 2. SHÉWED, P.P. Shewn. E. vi. p. 18, 1. 20. SHINE, v.t. To cause to shine. _E. xiii. p. 48, 1. 29. SHREWD, adj. Mischievous. E. xxiii. p. 96, 1. 2. SHRIFT, sb. Confession. E. xxvii. p. 107, l. 27. SHUT OUT, v.t. To exclude. E. xli. p. 171, 1. 23., SIDE, v. t. To stand by. E. xi. p. 43, 1. 8. v. refl. To range oneself. E. li. p. 209, l. 2.

ON THE OTHÉR. On the other hand. E. xx. p. 86, ".. 1, xli. p. 169, I. 34. SIGNES, sb. E. lviii. p. 234,

1.
29.

Used as in the New Testament. SIMILITUDE, sb. Comparison, parable. Comp. Hos. xii. 10.

E. xvii. p. 69, l. 32. SIMULATION, sb. A pretending to be that which one is not

E. vi. throughout. SINGULAR, adj. Single. E. xxix. p. 124, 1. SIT, v. i. In the phrase "to sit at a great rent,' for 'to be

subject to a great rent.' E. xli. p. 169, 1. 12. SKIRTS, sb. Train. E. vi. p. 21, 1. 4.

1. II.

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1. II.

SLIDE, sb. Smooth motion. E. xiv. p. 53, l. 4, xl. p. 167,
SLIGHT, v. t. To pass slightly. E. xii. p. 45, 1. 28.
SLOPE, adj. Sloping. E. xlvi. p. 190, 1.

19.
SLUGGE, sb. Hindrance. E. xlı. p. 169, 1. 30.
SMOTHER, sb. 'To keep in smother' is 'to stifle;' and to

pass in smother,' 'to be stifled.' E. xxvii. p. 112, 1.
xxxi. p. 134,

1. 22.
so. Such. E. xxvii. p. 110, I. 2.
SOBERLY, adv. Moderately. E. xxix. p. 121, 1. 11.
SO FARRÉ FORTH. So far. E. xlix. p. 202, 1. 21.
SOFTLY, adv. Gently. E. vi. p. 19, 1. 7, xv. p. 56, 1. 21.

Comp. Gen. xxxiii. 14; Is. viii. 6.
SOME, pr. One, some one. E. ix. p. 35, 1. 14, xxviii. p. 117,

1. 6.
SOMETIME, adv. Sometimes. E. x. p. 38, 1. 18.
SOOTHSAYER, sb. Literally, 'truth-teller; a teller of future

events., E. xxxv. p. 150, 1. 6.
SOPHY, sb. The shah of Persia. E. xliii. p. 176, 1.

14.
SORT, v.i. To agree. E. vi. p. 18, 1. 6, xxvii. p. 115, 1.

20,
xxxviii. p. 160, l. 34.

To associate, consort. E. vii. p. 24,
To result, issue. E. xxvii. p. 108, 1. 5, xxix. p. 124,
1. 4. To arrange. E. xlv. p. 181, 1. 15.

sb. Class, kind. E. xv. p. 60, 1. 20.
IN A. In a manner.

E. xli. p. 172,

1.

30.
SPÄKE. Past tense of ‘speak.' E. i. p. 2, 1, 23.
SPANGS, sb. Spangles. E. xxxvii. p. 157, l. 17.
SPECIALLY, adv. Especially. . E. lviii. p. 233, 1. 14.
SPECULATIVE, adj. Inquisitive. E. xx. p. 86, l. 2.
SPEND, v. t. To consume. E. xxxiii. p. 140, l. 3.
SPEW OUT, v. t. To reject with loathing. E. lvi. p. 223,

1. 15. Comp. Rev. iii. 16.
SPIALLS, sb. Spies. E. xliv. p. 179, 1. 19.
SPIRITS, sb. High and great spirits,' men of high courage.

E. ii. p. 6, 1. 23, xliii. p. 176, 1. 15.
SPOKEN TO, P.p. Discussed. Ě. xx. p. 87, l. 5.
SPONNE, þ.b. Spun. E. xxxv. p. 151, 1. 3.
SPREAD, adj. Wide spreading. C. 7. p. 258, 1. 28.
STABLISHED, P.P. Established. E. xxxiv. p. 148, 1. 9.
STADDLES, sb. Young trees left standing in a wood after the

underwood has been cut away. E. xxix. P. 122,
STAID, pp. Steady. E. lvi. p. 224, 1.

34.
STALE, sb. Stale mate at chess.

E. xii. p. 46, 1. 7.
STAND, sb. A standstill, stagnation. E. xli. p. 170, 1. 7.

AT A. At a loss. E. i. p. 1, 1. 17.
STAND UPON. To insist upon. E. xxix. p. 126, 1. 9.

WITH. To be consistent with. E. xxxiii. p. 139, I. 18.
STÁTE, sb. Stability. C. 9. p. 262, l. 12. Estate. E. xxviii,

p. 117, 1. 21, xxxiv. p. 148, 1. 7.
STATELY, adv. In a stately manner. E. xlvi. p. 186, 1. 8.
STATUA, sb. Statue. E. xxvii. p. 112, l. 10, xxxvii. p. 157,

1. 28, xlv. p. 182, 1. 29.

1. 10.

STAY, STAND AT A. To stand still. E. xii. p. 46, 1. 7, xiv.
p. 52, l. 32, xix. p. 76, l. 5, lviii. p. 231, l. 16.

TO, GIVE. To check, hinder. E. lviii. p. 234, 1. 6.
STICKE, v.i. To hesitate. E. xxii. p. 95, l. 2, lvi. p. 222, l. 6.
STIFFE, adj. Stubborn.. E. li. p. 207, 1. 20.
STILE, sb. "Title. E. xxix. p. 129, 1. 22, xxxv. p. 151, I. II.
STIRPS, sb._Races, families; literally, stems, stocks. Lat.

stirpes. E. xiv. p. 51, l. 11.
STIRRE, v. t. To move, excite. E. xi. p. 41, 1. 20, liii. p. 214,

1. 18.
STOCK-GILLY-FLOWER, sb. The common stock. E. xlvi.

P. 187, 1, 1o.
STOND, sb. Stop, hindrance. E. xl. p. 165, 1. 16, 1. p. 205. 1. 26.
STOOVED, P.P. Warmed by a stove. E. xlvi. p. 186, 1. 21.
STOPPINGS, sb. Stoppages. E. xxvii. p: 107, 1. 17.
STORE, sb. Quantity. E. xxxiii. p. 140, 1. 26.
STOUT, adj. Strong, vigorous. Ė. xxxi. p. 131, 1.

13,

Xxxvi.
p. 155, 1. 4.
STOUTEST,'adj. Most vigorous.. E. xxxi. p. 134, l. 11.
STRAIGHT, adv. Immediately, directly. E. xxii. P: 94, 1. 7
STRAIGHTWAIES, adv. Directly. E. xix. p. 78, l. 2, xxii.

p. 95, I. 14.
STRAIN, sb. "To take too high a strain,' to make too great

an effort. Comp. Adv. of L. II. 22, § 10: “The first shal
bee, thạt wee beware wee take not at the first either to

High a strayne or to weake.” E. xlii. p. 175, 1. 31.
STRAIT, adj. Strict. E. xv. p. 60, l. 11.
SUBMIT, v. refl. “Submit,' like many other words, as as-

semble, endeavour, repent, retire, was formerly used with a
reflexive pronoun.

E. xxxiv. p. 147, 1. 31;
SUCCESSE, sb. The result, good or bad. The word 'success

now by itself used always in a good sense, was generally
accompanied by a qualifying adjective. Comp. Josh. i. 8.

E. xlvii. p. 195, 1. 19.
SUDDAINE, UPON THE. Suddenly. E. xxix. p. 124, 1. 1.
SUFFICIENCIE, sb. Ability, capacity. E. xi. p. 42, l. 33,

xx. p. 82, 1. 10, lv. p. 221, l. 15.
SUFFICIENT, adj. Able. E. lii.

p. 211,

1.

32.
SUGAR MAN, sb. The owner of a sugar plantation. E. xxxiv.

p. 147, 1. 10.
SURCHARGE, sb. Overcharge, excessive burden. The fol-

lowing quotation from Blackstone's Comm. 111. 16, illustrates
Bacon's usage of the word: “Another disturbance of com-
mon is by surcharging it; or putting more cattle therein
than the pasture and herbage will sustain, or the party hath

a right to do." E. xiv. p. 52, 1. 9, xxxiii. p. 142, 1. 15.
SURFXT, v. i. To gorge oneself. E. vii. p. 24, l. 12.

sb. Excess of eating or drinking, and its conse-
quences: here used metaphorically for that which causes

loathing or disgust. E. Ivi. p. 223, 1. 16.
SUSPECT, sb. A thing suspected. "E. xxiv. p. 100, l. 23, liii.

p. 213, 1. 22.

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