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time: such, that men rather chuse carelessly to lose the sweet of the kernell, than to urge their teeth with breaking the shell wherein it was wrapped: and therefore, since that which is unseen is almost undone, and that is almost unseen which is unconceived, either I would say nothing to be untalked of, or speak with my mouth open that I may be understood.

Thirdly, the end of this pains was a satire ; but the end of my satire, a further good: which whether I attain or no, I know not; but let me be plain with hope of profit, rather than purposely obscure only for a bare name's sake.

Notwithstanding, in the expectation of this quarrel, I think my First Satire: doth somewhat resemble the sour and crabbed face of Juvenal's: which I, endeavouring in that, did determinately omit in the rest, for these forenamed causes, that so I might have somewhat to stop the mouth of every accuser. The rest to each man's censure: which let be as favourable as so thankless a work can deserve or desire.

• This Post-script having been published with “ The Three Last Bookes, of Byting Satyres," by the < First Satire" here is to be understood the First of the Fourth Book. EDITOR.


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Abandon-To remove, to banish.

Antevert-To prevent. Aberration-A wandering.

Anthropopathy-A figure whereby buman AbideTo await.

passions are attributed to God. Abilitation-Ability.

Antichthones—Antipodes, men living on Ablude—To differ, to deviate.

the opposite side of the earth. Ablative--Por removal, taking away. Antiperistatis—When heat or cold is Aborsement-Abortion.


rendered more intense by being beset Abstension—The act of withholding or with its contrary, keeping off,

Antonomasy-A figure, by which an apAccension-Kindling, enflaming, fame. pellative is substituted for a proper Acclaim—To applaud Accumbent-One who lies or sits at meals. Apaid — Dealt with, satisfied, rewarded. Acknown-Marked, discovered, known. Apertion-Opening. Action--The session of an assembly. Apostate—To apostatize. Additament- Addition.

A postating—Apostatizing. Adiapborist-One who is neutral or indif- Apotactical—Disorderly, ferent.

ppay-To discharge, to satisfy. Adiaphorous—Neutral, indifferent. Appetition-Longing, desire. Adjection-An addition,

Appose—To question, to puzzle. Adscititious—Assumed, counterfeit. Apprecation-Prayer. Adulterine-Polluted, not genuine. Apprecatory-Prayiog, of the nature of Advertisement-Information.

prayer. Affamish-To famish.

Apprehensive-Ready to conceive. Affectation-Desire.

Apprize—To appraise, to value. Affective—Relating to the affections, Approof-Evidence, approbation. longing.

Appropinquation—Near approach. Affeign-To pretend, to imagine.

Arbitrable-Decided, determined. Agnition-Acknowledgment.

Aread-To guess. Aglai-Honourable persons.

Aretinisms-Impurities : so named from y-Causes, use.

Peter Aretine. Allective-Alluring.

Argutation-Reasoning. Allocution-An address to another.

Arrectary-The upright beam of the cross, Alonely-Solitary, single.

as far as the transverse, Aloof off-At a distance.

Arreption-Snatching away. Amate-To subdue, to humble.

Artolatry-Bread-worship. Ambient-surrounding.

Aspectable--Capable of being seen. Ainbients—Persons surrounding.

Aspersion-Sprinkling Ambulatory-A walking-place.

Assassinates Assassinations. Amotton-Putting away.

Assay-To state, to satisfy. Amphibolies Ambiguities.

Assecurance-Assurance, security.' Amplexation-Embracing.

Assecuration–The act of rendering seAmpliate–To extend, to enlarge. Anachorel-A hermit,

Assentation-Flattery. Angariation-A pressing or forcing of au- Assoil-To answer. other to an action.

Assume-To take up.
Angelicama berb.

Astipulate—To agree, to vouch.
Anoiling—The act of anointing with oil A stipulation–Testimony.
Anomy-Transgression of the law. Astonied--Amazed, confounded.
Antelucan-Before daylight, early, Astructive-Opposed to destructive.



Champerty, or Champertie-Confederacy Atoned-At peace.

in quarrels. Atonement-Reconciliation.

Cine-Work. Atrophy-A want of due nourishment, Chary-Careful. languor.

Chiliasts—They who expect the personal Attrition-A slighter sorrow for sin.

reign of Christ for a thousand years on Attach--To arrest.

earth. Avoid-To render void, to prevent. Chronography—The time of an event. Avoidance-Absence.

Circuition-Going round or about.

Circumduction- A leading about. Balk-To refuse.

Claw-To tickle, or flatter. Bandog-A dog chained.

Clerkly-Scholar-like, Barking at-Being barked at.

Clientage-In the condition of clients or Barretor-A wrangler.

dependants. Bay-windows-Bow-windows.

Clientele—The condition of clients or de. Beat--To determine.

pendants. Bedumb-To render dumb.

Climacterical-Critical age. Begun-Pledged in drinking.

Clodder-To clot together. Behoof-Advantage.

Coaction-Force, authority. Beleague--To combine.

Coarctation-Confinement, restraint. Beleagur—'To besiege.

Coarcted-Confined, restrained. Belike-Probably.

Cocker-To pamper. Belime-To besmear.

Coetaneous—Being of the same age or Belking-Lurking.

time. Benefacture-Doing good.

Cogged—Pretended. Beslave-To enslave.

Cogging-Pretending. Bestead-To befriend, to serve, to treat. Cognation-Relationsbip. Bevy-- A brood, a company.

Cogoizance-A crest, token. Biggin-A cap or coif.

Cognoscible-Capable of being known.
Blank-To disappoint, to damp, to refute. Cohortation)—An exhortation.
Bloughty-Bloated, huge.

Coil—Tuniult, burry, confusion,
Blurt—To blab, to speak inconsiderately. Collection-An inference,
Bolt-To sift.

Collogaing--Pawning, cringing.
Boot-To benefit.

Colluding—Deceiving. oulimy-A disease in which the patient Collybists-Money-changers, Bankers. eats like an ox.

Commensals—Fellowship at table. Boute-feux-Sowers of strife or sedition. Commessations—Revellings, junketings, Bouzing-Toping, drinking lavishly.

particularly aster supper. Brabble-To clamour ; a clamour. Commination—A threatening. Brabbling-Clamouring.

Commivatory-Threatening Bran-A class.

Commingle-To mingle together. Brewess-Bread sopped in broth.

Commonitive-Admonitory. Burgen-Toʻspring forth, or bud.

Commoration-Residence, abode. Burse—An exchange, a market-place. Commove- -To disturb, to occasion coni. Byss—Fine linen.


Compellation-An address. Capernaitical -A carnal interpretation of Compete-To equal. the eating of Christ's body.

Competitioning-Entering into competiCaptation-The practice of catching fa

tion. vour.

Complie-An accomplice. - Career-To run at full speed.

Complotting-Plotting together. Cark-To be careful or anxious.

Compost–To manure. Carle-A clown, a churle.

Comprehensor-He who has obtained. Cassation—The act of making null and Compurgator—He who vouches for others. void.

Conceit-To imagine. Catabaptist-An impugner of infant-bap- Concertation- A contest. tism.

Concorporate-To unite with. Catachrestically-In a remote or abused Concredit-To entrust.

Concussation-A concussion. Cautelous-Cautious.

Condescent-Permission, acquiescence. Celature-The art of engraving or cutting Conduction-Leading. in metals.

Congestion—Heapiog together. Celebrious Famous, renowned.

Connivancy-Winking at. Celibate-Single state.

Confer to-To agree to. Censing Perfuming with censers.

Conquisition-Bringing together., Cension-A census, taxation.

Consectaries—Inferences, consequences. Censure-Judgment; to judge, to deter- Conserve-To preserve. mine.

Considerable-To be considered. Champertous-Confederated in a quarrel. Consiga--To entrust, to hand down.


the eye.

Consignatión-Sealing, signing.

Deuotation-A mark, token. Conspersion-Sprinkling.

Denude-To make naked. Conspiration-Union.

Deordination-Disorder. Conspurcation-Defilement.

Deploration-Lamentation. Constupration-Deflowering, violation. Deprehension-Detection. Contaction-Touch.

Derive-To direct. Contesseration-A leaguing between stran- Design-To point out. gers.

Destitution--A state of want, Contest-A fellow-witness.

Determine-To finish. Contestation-Combined witnessing. Detestation-Wishing; a, witnessing to Contignation-A frame, &c. of beams or

the contrary. boards.

Detrect-To refuse, or decline. Contra-yerva–A species of birthwort, Detrectation—The act of refusing or de. growing in Jamaica.

clining. Contruth—To agree in testimony.

Detrusion- The act of thrusting down. Convent–Tu summon, to convene.

Devolution—The act of devolving. Convict-To prove.

Dichotomize-To divide into two parts. Conviction--A reproof of others.

Diet -A class, society, taste. Convince-To prove, refute, shew.

Dietetical-Relating to diet or food. Cope--A priest's cloak or hood.

Dilaniation–Tearing in pieces. Corporals—The communion cloths used in Dilater-A diffuser. the Romish Church.

Dilation-Delay. Correlation-Reciprocal relation.

Dilatory-Deferring to a long period. Correption-Reproof.

Dimication Contention. Corrival.--A rival.

Dimitted Dismissed. Corrivality-Rivalship.

Dint-A stroke. Counterfeisance-Counterfeiting.

Diremption-Dissolution. Cruciation–Torment.

Direption or Disreption-Plundering. Cruze-To crush.

Disappoint-Disappointment. Cynosure-The north-star, what attracts Disagreeable-Unsuitable.

Discern-To cause to differ, to distin

guish, Daghes-point-The point of a leather Discerption-A division, rent. latchet.

Discession-Departure. Damage faisant-Doing injury.

Disclamation-Being disclaimed, the act Darklings—Being in the dark.

of disclaiming. Dative-Giving.

Discruciate-To torment. Day-Time.

Discuss---To dismiss. Day-Used in the sense of Judgment: a Disdoubt-To doubt.

Grecism; the Greek word for Judg. Disherson-Disinheriting. ment being wpspat, a day.

Disjunct-Making opposition or separaDeal-Quantity, portion.

tion. Debelation--Subduing by war, warring Disparition-Disappearing. against.

Disperse-To make k'now n. Decertation-A dispute.

Disport-Sport. Decline—To draw, to bend.

Disrespective--Careless. Decursion-The act of running or rur'. Disruption -Breaking asunder. ning down.

Disseised--Dispossessed. Deduce—To withdraw, to branch from, to Dissolute-Loose in meaning. derive.

Dissolution-Melting. Defalk--To fail in.

Distermine or Disterminate-- To place at Defatigation-Weariness.

a distance. Defeazance-Annulling.

Distract—To divide. Defer-To withhold.

Distraught-Distracted. Degustation-Taste.

Disvaluation Disesteem. Dejected—AMicted, overtbrown, humbled. Diswont-To bring to disuse. Dejectedness-Humble condition. Ditation-Enriching. Dejection-Humiliation.

Dition-Rule, dominion, Dejeration- A solemn oath.

Dittany—The herb garden-ginger. Delation-An accusation.

Diversion-Turning away. Delator-An accuser.

Divestiture—The act of stripping. Delatory-Accusing.

Divident-Distinct. Delectation-Delight.

Divinatory--Predictive. Demandate-To entrust, to enjoin. Divulgation-Making known. Demerit-To confer obligations.

Divulsion--Plucking off or away, Demigration-Removing from place to Divulsive-- Tearing away. place.

Dole-A Gift.

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