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This Glossary is designed to include all words which are obsolete, archaic or dialectal; all current words used in senses which are obsolete, archaic, dialectal or rare; so far as practicable, all phrases which are obsolete, archaic, or otherwise peculiar; all obsolete or archaic forms which are not merely old spellings; and words which, though current in the senses defined, are obscure from a difficult context or from their occurrence in the play in different senses. Every definition is accompanied by at least one citation. In all cases of possible confusion, the citations are complete.
The New English Dictionary and the Century Dictionary have been my principal authorities. The Standard Dictionary, Nares' Glossary, Halliwell's Dictionary of Archaic and Provincial Words, and Wright's Dictionary of Obsolete and Provincial English have often been useful.
A dagger before a word or definition indicates that the word or the particular meaning involved is obsolete. An interrogation point after a word or definition indicates uncertainty with regard to it. Other abbreviations are in common use in dictionaries. The citations are by act and line of the text of this edition.
A, prep. †1. In, denoting capacity : | Able, a. fi. Strong, capable of in any one's name. Phr., a God's
endurance. name. I. 71 ; 2. III.
About, prep. Because of; on ac. Worn down from of., 1. 228 ; count of. 1. 274 ; 4. 170. 2. 101, 269, 559 ; 3. 144. Phr., Abuse, n. †False representation. a clocke = o'clock.
I. 403 ; 4.
Ind. 18. 376.
Abuse, v. To misrepresent. Ind. †3. On. I. 404, 485; 2. 40, 267, 21. 514; 3. 146 ; 4. 7.
Aby, v. To pay the penalty for ta, pron. He. 1. 222 ; 2. 41, 268, (an offence). Arch. 3. 365.
280 ; 3. 141, 144, 622 ; 4. 6, 266, | Accept of, phr. To receive with 412, 415.
favor or approval. Ind. 83.