addulce* - to sweeten, to render pleasant or palatable
tulip* - fig. A showy person or thing, or one greatly admired
forain - obs. form of foreign
darkfall - the coming on of dark; dusk, nightfall
amnesty* - forgetfulness, oblivion
assembled* - gathered into one place or company, put together.
wholetime - time considered customarily or standard
currier - one whose trade is the dressing and colouring of leather after it is tanned; a man armed with a currier (an early kind of fire-arm).
brassard - armour for the upper part of the arm (Only Hist.); a badge worn on the arm.
morrow - the day next after the present
toth (obs.) - Exact meaning uncertain: the context implies some kind of wrong-doing that
tother - the other (of two)
vouchsafe - to give, grant, or bestow in a gracious or condescending manner.
sound picture = sound-film; also, any recording of an auditory event.
porn* - abbrev. of pornography
furiously - swiftly, violently, vehemently; excessively, 'awfully'
squire - a country gentleman or landed proprietor, esp. one who is the principal landowner in a village or district.
for the best - intended for, aiming at, tending to, the best result
Herculanean* (obs. rare.) - Humorously: 'Very strong'
stoutly (obs.) - stout, valiant
kidling - a little kid
apron; Abraham - the first of the Hebrew Patriarchs.
paterfamilias* - the (male) head of a family or household
marrying - inclined or likely to marry
oily - fig. 'Smooth' in behaviour or (esp.) in speech; subservient, compliant, 'supple'.
superfine - superlatively fine or excellent
mick - a pigeon
mack - obs. f. make
prickly - having a sensation as of many pricking points, tingling; fig. Full of contentious or irritating points, difficult to deal with.
forthink - to think upon with pain; to regret, repent of, be sorry for; to change the direction of one's thoughts.
khaibit (egyp.) - shadow
sairy* - sorry
scenery - the general appearance of a place and its natural features, regarded from the picturesque point of view.
rout - a disorderly, tumultuous, or disreputable crowd of persons.
ought - Vulgar corruption of nought in sense 'cipher'. Prob. originating in an erroneous division of 'a nought' as 'an ought'; but by many associated with the figure 0 of the cipher, which they take as the initial O of ought.
ford - a shallow place in a river or other water, where a man or beast may cross by wading; poet. A stream, current (obs.)
sanctus (l) - holy
retrose (rare.) - turned backwards, reverted
curfew* - a regulation in force in mediŠval Europe by which at a fixed hour in the evening, indicated by the ringing of a bell, fires were to be covered over or extinguished.
to steal someone's heart - to cause to fall deeply in love with one.
in regard - since, because, inasmuch as, considering that (obs.)
...His wife was turned in to a pillar of salt (Gen. xix. 26)
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