(adverb) now; at once; soon; shortly
(interjection) Go away! Withdraw! Depart!
(verb) implore; beg; ask; importune
(verb) cheat; trick; deceive
(noun) a man married to an adulteress
(verb: past tense and past participle of dare) dared; had the courage to
(preposition and conjunction) before; previous to; sooner than
(adjective) ready; willing; eager
(interjection) For shame! Nonsense! (expressing disagreement, annoyance, or mild disgust)
(interjection) thanks, thank you
(verb) undervalue; underestimate; belittle; disparage
(noun) a thin mucus discharged from the eyes, nose or mouth
(verb) absolve from sins; obtain forgiveness by confessing sins
(noun) fellow; mister. The word is used contemptuously.
(noun) truth; fact
(verb) to present as a gift; give; confer
pompous, arrogant speech
(verb) to charm, captivate or inflame with love
(noun) The words mean the general's personal standard-bearer which is a staff rank of some importance
(verb) to inflame with wrath; make angry; enrage
(adjective) readily or plainly seen, heard, perceived, etc.; obvious; evident:
(noun) promotion, advancement in rank
(adjective) predestined; foreordained
(verb) when used in reference to a fetus in the womb: to begin to manifest signs of life. otherwise: to give or restore vigor or activity to; stir up, rouse, or stimulate: to quicken the imagination.
(verb) to draw back; start or shrink back, as in alarm, horror, or disgust
(noun) a settling of accounts, judgment, punishment, revenge
(noun) a party-goer, merrymaker
(noun) prophetess, a female seer
(adjective) full of or characterized by fear; fearful:
(noun) violation of a law, command, etc.; sin
(adjective) morally low; without estimable personal qualities; dishonorable; meanspirited; selfish; cowardly
(verb) to speak with a man for the purpose of getting permission to marry his daughter
By my troth
(expression) An expression asserting the truth of the statement to follow as in "On my honor"
(noun) a feeling of contempt for anything regarded as unworthy; haughty contempt; scorn
(verb) to treat with disdain, scorn, or contempt; scoff at; mock: to flout the rules of conduct
(noun) a ravenous, filthy monster having a woman's head and a bird's body.
(noun) a gloomy state of mind, especially when habitual or prolonged; depression
(adjective) embarrassing, demeaning, humbling, humiliating
firmly or stubbornly adhering to one's purpose, opinion, etc.; not yielding to argument, persuasion, or entreaty; inflexible
astute or sharp in practical matters: a shrewd politician
any small, short conflict or encounter
(verb) to conquer; also, to bring under mental or emotional control, as by persuasion or intimidation; render submissive
(adjective) turned or turning away from what is right or proper; willful; disobedient: a wayward son; wayward behavior
(noun) a wooden frame, usually consisting of a bar with an oxbow or similar collar-like piece at either end, for attaching to the necks of a pair of draught animals, especially oxen, so that they can be worked as a team
(interjection) expression of regret, sorrow, dismay, alarm
(verb) to examine or analyze: to assay a situation; to assay an event
(adjective) extremely irritable or easily angered; irascible: a choleric disposition
(verb) to stick together; be united; hold fast, as parts of the same mass:
(noun) authority granted for a particular action or function; also, a document granting such authority
(verb) to serve to make (a fault, offense, etc.) seem less serious
(verb) to deceive, trick or cheat
(verb) to urge; to press or beset with solicitations; demand with urgency or persistence.
(noun) lord, king, sovereign
(noun) courage and fortitude: this war will test each man's mettle
(adjective) full of meaning; highly significant: a pregnant utterance
(adjective) making a hypocritical show of religious devotion, piety, righteousness, etc.
(adjective) of or pertaining to time; also, pertaining to or concerned with the present life or this world; worldly
(adverb) from where; from what source; from what place
(interjection) expression of surprise, anger or disappointment.
(adverb) probably; most likely
(adverb) immediately; at once
(adverb) Indeed; in truth; verily; in fact
(adverb) perhaps; by accident or chance; by happenstance
(noun) a girl or young woman, especially an unmarried, virginal one
(As Introductory Word) by the Virgin Mary (I swear by the Virgin Mary); the meaning and force are similar to those of the word well; Also used as an exclamation of surprise or emphasis.
(noun) dust particle; speck
(verb) talk insincerely; mislead; equivocate; leave the meaning open
(interjection) please; I pray thee
(interjection) stop, be quiet; hold up
(noun) young fellow; country boy
(adverb) truly; in truth; indeed; really
(adverb) in addition; notwithstanding; besides
(adverb) accustomed; usual; ordinary