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slide, 231.
sling, 231.
slink, 231.
slipper, 326.
slippery, 326.
slit, 23.I.
slod, 23.I.
sloe, Io9.
slope, Io9.
slow, 361, 364.
sluggard, 290.
slumbrous, 347.
slung, 231.
slunk, 231.
small, 322.
smite, 23.I.
smith, 33, 36, 266.
smitten, 231.
smoke, 237.
smote, 23.I.
snail, 265, 266.
so, 190, 404, 408,409,
420, 446.
so . . . as, 447.
sober, 8o.
soccage, 284.
sod, 230, 235.
sodden, 230.
soft, 227.
soil, 88, 129.
solace, 8o.
sold, 248.
solemn, 80, 362.
solicitude, 3ol.
solid, 420.
soliloquize, 258.
solvent, 350, 351.
-som, 279.
some, 206, 231.
-some, 323, 331, 332
somebody, 35, 406.
some folk, 406.
somnolent, 352.
some people, 406.
something, 408.
somewhen, 43o.
somewhere or other,
432.
son, 266.
-son, 279.

sonderlypes, 369.
song, 266.
songs, 67.
songster, 320.
sooth, 322.
sooth to say, 534.
sorcery, 277.
so . . . that, 448.
sough, 266.
sought, 247.
soul, 266.
sound, III.
sounding, 8o.
south, 266.
souverainety, 298.
soveraintess, 320.
soverainty, 297.
sovereign, 42.
sow, 318.
space, 8o.
spacious, 346.
spade, 43, 194.
spake, 23.I.
span, 23.I.
Spaniard, 290.
Spanish, 326.
Spanish language,

342, 398, 492.
spasm, 308.
spate, 248.
speak, 231.
Spec, 309.
special, 8o.
specific, 340.
speciosity, 297.
spectacle-bestrid, 507.
Spectator, The, 447,

495, 497.
speculative, 348, 349.
sped, 254.
speech, 128.
speed, 254, 266.
speedy, 327.
spend, 8o, 254.
Spenser, 135, 274,

338, 343, 466, 522.
spent, 254.
spet, 248.
spicery, 277.
spill, 254.

spilt, 254.
spin, 23.I.
spindlewhorl, 505.
spinner, 32O.
spinster, 320.
spirit, 195.
spit, 248.
spittle, 266.
splotch, 3II.
spoke, 231, 236.
spoken, 23.I.
sprang, 231.
spring, 23.I.
sprung, 231.
spun, 23.I.
spurn, 237.
spytt, 248.
squire, 8o.
squirrel, 547.
stable, 8o.
staff, 266.
stair, 267.
stairs, 265.
stall, 266.
Stamboul, 223.
Stanchio, 223.
stand, 128, 248.
standard, 290.
standers, 288.
standing, 240.
Standish, 540.
stank, 231.
staple, 128.
star, 266.
stare, 128.
starvation, 298.
starve, 237.
state, Ioy.
stationary, 35o.
statute, 8o.
steady, 327.
steal, 231.
steedes and palfreys, 81.
steelly, 330.
steer, 44, 266.
step, I29.
-ster, 320.
stercoraceous, 347.
stern, 324.
steven (Chaucer), 267.

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sriccEMELUM, 367.
stick, 23.I.
stickle, 323.
stickle-back, 323.
Sticklepath, 323.
stigma, 302.
still, 207, 364, 418.
stimulus, 3oz.
sting, 23.I.
stink, 23.I.
Stoicism, 306.
stole, 231. .
stolen, 23.I.
stone, 266, 356.
Stonehouse, 540.
stone-wall, 357.

Stonewall Jackson, 357.

stood, 248.
story, 80, 310.
stoundemele, 367.
stow, 266.
STRAC, 23.I.
strait, 8o.
strange, 81.
stranger, 289.
stream, 266.
street, 18.
strength, 256, 267.
strengthen, 256.
Stress, 530.
STRICAN, 23.I.
stricken, 231, 236.
stride, stridden, 231.
strike, striken, 231.
string, 231.
strive, striven, 231.
strode, 231.
strong, 322, 362.
strove, 231.
struck, 231.
strung, 23 I.
stuck, 23.I.
study, 8o.
stultify, 257.
stung, 231.
stunk, 231.
sturdy, 327.
subsannation, 299.
subsidize, 258.
substance, 8o, 296.

Substantive verb,
239, 487.
subtle - cadenced, 504,
5 II.
succeed, -ed, 255.
succulent, 352.
such, 403. 404, 408,
409, 4 Io.
such . . . as, 409.
such-like, 409.
such . . . which, 409.
such ... who, 409.
suggestive, 348.
suicidal, 339.
sulky, 327.
sulphuric, 340.
summer, 267.
sun, 266.
sundry. 4Io.
sung, 23.I.
sung =singe-d,
235.
sunk, sunken, 231.
superfluity, 80.
superlative, 348.
supper, 8o.
suppleness, 269.
supplicatory, 35o.
sure, 362.
surefootedness, 270.
surety, 297.
Surrey, the poet,
126, 151, 326.
suspense, 296.
Sussex, 27.
susteini, 61.
suture, 290.
swal, 23.I.
swallow, 237.
Swam, 23 I.
swannery, 277.
sware, 23.I.
swear, 23.I.
Swedish, 326.
Swedish language,
7, 128.
sweep, 248.
sweet, 322.
sweetish, 327.
swell, 231.

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tedious, 346.
teem, 9.
teems (Shaksp.), 190.
teeth, 317.
telegraphic, 353.
tell, Io, 248.
tell him, 475.
tell me true, 362.
tell'n (Devonshire),221.
tempest, 8o.
ten, 4, 9, Io.
tenement, 28o.
tent, Io, 8o.
term, 8o.
termini, 318.
terminus, 302.
terrific, 34o.
terrour, 129.
tertiary, 35o.
testament, 28o.
testimonial, 3oo.
Thames, 20.
than, 448,
thane, 267.
thank, 9.
thankful, 336.
thankless, 336.
thanklesse (Spenser),
138.
that, 9, IoA, 399, 401,
4oz, 4 II, 412, 413,
416, 429, 430,457.
thatch, 127.
that . . . that, 401.
that time, 376.
that way, 433.
that . . . which, 401.

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the one and the other,
406.
the right way, 376.
the . . . the, 4or.
the which, 401, 403.
the while, 376.
the wrong way, 376.
theatre, 8o.
thee, 9, IoS.
theech, 221.
their, 413.
them, 9, Ioq, 413.

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through, 9, 126.
throve, 23.I.
throw, thrown, 231.
thumb, 266.
thunder, 267.
thunder-struck, 507.
thy, 415.
tick (slang), 309.
tickle, 323, 324.
ticle, 324.
tide, Io, 257, 266.
tile, Io, 18, 265, 266.
till, 9, Io, 138, 439,
445.
till then, 439.
timber, 9, 10, 267.
time, 262.
time-piece, 505.
timidity, 297.
tinder, 9.
tinnen, 324.
-tion, 298.
to, Io, 37, io9, 391,
395, 440, 495.
to-do (Devonshire),381.
toe, Io9, I29.
token, 9, Io, 267.
told, 248.
tolerable, 336.
to live on (adv.), 38o.
toll, Io.
Tom, 312.
tone, Io9.
tongue, 4, 9, 88, 266.
tonnage, 283.
too, 42O.
took, 231, 236.
tooth, 9, Io, 227, 266.
too . . . to, 446.
top, Io9.
Tor, 3, IcQ.
tore, 231.
torment, 28o.
torn, 23.I.
tornement, 28o.
Tothill, Io.
tow, 237.
toward, 334
towards, 368.
tower, 8o.

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town-clerk, 505.
toy, 9
Translations, 12, 27,
203, 207, 218, 363,
45o, 559.
transcendentalize, 259.
tray, I54.
tread, 23.I.
treason, 8o, 154, 279.
treasure, I52, 290.
treasurer, 42.
tree, 4, 7, 21, 266.
treen, 324.
Trent, 20.
trey, 56.
trod, 23.I.
trodden, 23.I.
troop, 36.
tropical, 34I.
troth, 82.
trough, 88.
trouthe, 82.
truant, 277.
truculent, 352.
true, 322, 363.
trueth (A. V. 1611),
I24.
truism, 306.
trumpery, 277.
trustee, 289.
trusteeship, 275.
trusty, 327.
truth, Io9.
Tucker, 287.
-tude, 3ol.
Tuesday, Io.
Turkish, 326.
turpitude, 301.
Tweed, 20.
twice, 383.
twinkling, 268.
two, 4, 9, Ioo.
tyrannize, 258.
tyranny, 8o, 3o4.
tyrant, 8o, 119.

U, the vowel, 105.

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un-, the prefix, 257,
424.

unapproachable, 337.

unbeliever, 257.
unborrowed, 424.
unbuxom, 332.
unbuxomness, 332.
unchurch, 425.
uncle, 190.
unco, 538.
unconscionable, 337.
uncouth, 538.
uncouthe and strange,
8I.
undead, 424.
undescribed, 424.
undo, 5o).
unequall (Spenser),139.
unfrock, 257.
ungodly, 370.
UNGRENE, 424.
uniformitarianism, 306.
unify, 257.
unjust, 257.
unlink, 257.
unlock, 257.
unmannerly, 330.
unmeet, 257.
unset-down, 424.
unset steven (Chaucer),
424.
unsmotherable, 337.
untie, 257.
until, 62, 445.
untoward, 334.
up, 364, 417,418.
upas tree, 505.
upheaval, 300.
upon, 440.
upright, 135.
uprootal, 300.
upside down, 432.
up so down, 432.
up to a thing, 418.
up with a person, 418.
upward, 334.
upwards, 368, 369.
urbane, 136.
urbanity, 297.
-ure, 290.
usage, 8o.
use, 262.
usefulness, 269.

usher, 262.
Usk, 20.
usquebaugh, 20.
-ustic, 353.
utilize, 258.
utter, uttered, 255.
uze (Spenser), 293.

V, the letter, 115.
vacillate, 255.
vaine, II5.
vale, Io8.
valuable, 336, 337.
value, 337.
valueless, 337.
valuing, 337.
vanity, 297.
varicose, 348.
vast, 190.
vastly, 370.
wat, Io;.
vaunt, 262.

veal, 44, 94.

velocity, 297.
venerate, 258.
venerie, 115.
venerye, 81.
venison, 44, 279.
ventriloquism,
306.
veray, II5.
verbiage, 284.
verdure, 290.
verier, veriest, 411.
verily, 34, 190, 370,
371.
vermeil-tinctured, 511.
Versification, Go-
thic, and Boman-
esque, 535.
versing, 485.
vesselment, 28o.
westement, 28o.
very, 80, 330, 41o.
vicarage, 283.
vicissitude, 301.
victual, 8o.
villain, 43, 55, 56.
villainous, 361.
vine disease, 469.

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wash (verb), 231.
washen, 231.
wash off, 439.
wastel, 78.
Wat-Walter, 312.
water, Io, 20, Ios, 267.
water-course, 522.
water-hole (Australia),

505.
Watling-Street, 17.
wave after wave, 376.
wax, 23.I.
waxen, 232, 236.
way, 266.
waybread, 21.
wayward, 334.
we, 35, IoS, 405, 406.
weal and woe, 534.
weapon, 267.
weaponed, 332.
wear, 232.
wearö, 243.
weariness, 269.
weather-wise, 507.
weave, 232.
Webber, 268.
Webster, 320.
wedge, 128,
wedlock, 273, 508.
weed, 21.
weedy, 327.
weep, 248.
weeping, 67.
welkin, 267.
well, 364.
welladay! 165.
wellaway! 165.
Welsh, 23, 326.
Welsh, 2, 17, 22.
wend, 253, 254.
wenestu, 22 I, 222.
went, 253, 254.
weoRBAN, 243.
wepely, 331.
wept, 248.
were, 478.
WEsAN, 232, 242.
Wessex, 27.
west, 266.
West-Welsh, 555.

wether, 266.
weX, 232.
whale, 141, 266.
wharf, I41.
wharfinger, 285.
what, I41, 4oD, 403,
449.
whatever, 432.
whatso, 404, 530.
what time as, 453.
wheat, 2I, 43, 141.
wheel, 141, 266.
whelp, 266.
when, 141, 429.
whence, 429, 431,449.
whenever, 432.
whensoever, 432.
where, I41, 194, 429,
448.
whereas, 448.
wherefore, 457.
wherethrough, 429.
whether, 448.
which, I41, 401, 402,
403, 4TO, 449, 450.
which way, that way,

433.
whight (Spenser), 126.
while, 91, 92.188.
whilome, 366.
whilst, 92.
whimsical, 341.
whin, 2I.
whiskey, 20.
whisper, IoI.
whit, 408, 428.
Whitby, 240.
white, Io.
Whitechapel-bred, 522.
white-handed, 5 II.
whither, I4I, 429.
who, I41, 401, 403,

449, 450.
whole, 141, 322.
wholesome, 331.
whom, 401, 403, 449.
whome = home, I41.
whose, 401, 449.
whoso, 404, 530.
whote = hot, I4I, I42.

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