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Tire to fasten, to fix the ta- || Type: distinguishing mark, show || Unbated: not blunted.
Tire: to be idly employed on.
Tod: to yield or produce a tod,
or twenty-eight pounds. Tokened: spotted as in the plague. Toll: to enter on the toll-book. Tolling: taking toll. Tomboy: a masculine, forward girl.
Topless: that which has nothing
Touch: sensation, sense or feeling.
Trade: a custom, an established
Tradition: traditional practices. Traditional: adherent to old customs.
Trail: the scent left by the pas
sage of the game.
Traitress: a term of endearment.
Traverse: a term in military exercise.
Tray-trip: some kind of game.
Tything: a division of a place, a district.
Vail: to condescend to look, to
Vain: light of tongue, not veracious.
Valance: fringed with a beard.
Unbolt: to open, explain.
Uncape: to dig out, a term in fox-hunting.
Unconfirmed: unpractised in the ways of the world.
Under generation: the antipodes. Undergo: to be subject to.
Vantage: convenience, opportu- Under skinker: a tapster, an un
Vie: to contend in rivalry.
peculiarity of voice, Virtue: the most efficacious part,
Unquestionable: unwilling to be
conversed with. Unready: undressed.
Virtuous belonging to good-|| Unrespective: inattentive to con
Vixen: or fixen, a female fox.
Umbers a dusky yellow coloured
Turlygood, or turlupin: a species Umbered: discoloured by the
Turn: to become acescent.
gleam of fire.
Unaccustomed: unseemly, inde
Unaneled: without extreme unc
Unbarbed untrimmed, unshaven. | Usance: usury.
Use: practice, long countenanced || Whelked: varied with protuber- || Words: dispute, contention.
Waft: to beckon.
ter-deck and the forecastle. Waist: the middle.
Walk: a district in a forest.
Wassels: meetings of rustic mirth.
Wealth: advantage, happiness.
Wish to recommend.
Witch: to charm, to bewitch.
Wittol: knowing, conscious of.
Woman-tired: hen-pecked. Wondered: able to perform wonders.
Wood: crazy, frantic.
Woodman: an attendant on the forester.
Woolward: a (unexplained) phrase appropriated to pilgrims and penitentiaries.
Work: a term of fortification. Workings: labours of thought. World, to go to the: to be married.
Worm: a serpent.
Worship: dignity, authority.
Wound: twisted about.
Wrested: obtained by violence.
Yarely: readily, nimbly.
Yeild: to inform of, condescend to.
Zany: a buffoon, a merry Andrew.