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Officious, adj. obliging, serviceable.
Out, v. t. oust. Pref. to R. L.

0. C. 1; A. M. 184.

P. Pain, sb. labour. A. M. 32. Palliard, sb. a lewd person, a rascal. H. P. ii. 563. Pardalis, sb. panther. H. P. iii. 667. Paronomasia, sb. pun. Pref. to A. M. Pay o’er, v. t. spread over. A. M. 147. Pile, sb. troop. H.P. ii. 161. Plagiary, sb. plagiarist. Pref, to A. M. Plume, v. t. pluck. A. A. 920. Poll, v. t. cut down. H. P. ii. 631. Poppet, sb. puppet. H.P. iii. 780. Practice, v. t. frequent. A. A. 825. Presume, v. i. ' presume of. H.P. i. 388 ; iii. 511. Prevail, v. avail, "prevail oneself of. Pref, to A. M.; A. A. 461. Prevaricated, p. p. made a disingenuous use of. Pref. to R. L. Prevent, v. t. anticipate, go before. 0. C. 41, 33; A. R. 282; A. A. 344;

H.P. ii. 641.
Prime, sb. spring. H. P. iii. 536.
Procedure, sb. proceeding. A. R. 88.
Profer, v. t. proffer. H. P. iii. 766. Elsewhere spelt proffer in original

editions.
Proponent, sb. a person propounding. H.P. i. 121.
Protractive, adj. protracting. H. P. iii. 1103.
Purchase, sb. acquisition. A.R. 86.

Quarry, sb. anything aimed at, A. M. Pref., 86, 281; H. P. i. 104: game

as distinguished from vermin, H. P. ii. 21. Quatrain, sb. stanza of four lines which rhyme alternately. Pref. to A. M.

R. Rabbin, sb, rabbi, doctor among the Jews. A. A. 104. Rabbinical, adj. of a doctor. A. A. 658. Raven, v. i. hunger. H. P. iii. 964. Rebate, v. t. blunt. Pref. to A. A. Reflective, adj. reflected. A. M. 253. Remainders, sb. plural of remainder, used as if singular. H. P. iii. 602.

Remnants, sb. used in the plural like remainders. A. M. 102, 258; H. P.

i. 510; iii. 276.
Renounce, v. i. ' renounce to.' H. P. iii. 143.
Renown, v. t. make renowned. R. L. 75.
Renunciation, sb. used with to after, as the verb renounce. H. P. ii. 648

(marginal note).
Repair, sb. resort. A. M. 220.
Repeat, v. t. reseek. A. M. 257.
Repose, v. t. place as a trust, with upon after. Pref. to A. M.
Reprise, sb. reprisal. H. P. ii. 862.
Republic, adj. republican. H. P. iii. 1251.
Require, v. to seek again. A. M. 256.
Resolve, v. i. melt, dissolve, H. P. i. 446.
Rest, sb, remainder. H. P. iii. 85.
Restiff, adj. restive. H. P. 1026.
Retire, v. t. draw back. A. M. 249.
Rid, v. perfect of ride. Pref. to R. L.

S.

Scape, v. i. escape. A. R. 180; A. M. 220; H. P. i. 172; ii. 7.
Seal, v. t. used figuratively • sealed our new-born king.' A. M. 18.
Sear-cloth, v. t. cover with sear-cloth (cere or wax cloth). A. M. 148.
Shard, sb. dung, ordure. H.P. i. 321.
Sheer, v. t. cut. A. M. 78.
Shipwrack, sb, shipwreck. A. M. 35.
Shipwracked, p. p. A. R. 125; A. M. 2, 71, 251.
Shore, sb. sewer. H.P. ii. 558.
Show, v. i. appear. A. M. 66, 121, 126, 296.
Sincere, adj. pure. H.P. ii. 250.
Sincerely, adv. purely, without alloy. A. A. 43.
Sort, sb. number, collection. H. P. iii. 946.
Sovereign, adj. all-powerful. 0. C. 19.
Spoom, v. i. sail before the wind. H.P. iii. 96.
Sprite, sb. spirit. H.P. ii. 653.
Squander, v. t. disperse. A. M. 67.
Steepy, adv. steep. A. A. 860.
Sterve, v. i. starve. H. P. iji. 749.
Stickler, sb. sidesman or second in a fight. 0. C. II.
Strook, v. (perfect) struck. A. R. 171.
Submit, v. t. lower. A. R. 249.
Succeed, v.t. make to follow or succeed. A. M. 175, 292.
Successive, adj. of or by succession. A. A. 301.

Suffice, v. t. suffice. H. P. i. 554.
Swift, adj. swift of despatch.' A. A. 191.
Swisses, sb. plural of Swiss. H. P. iii. 177.

T. Tarnish, v.i, become stained. A. A. 249. Tax, vit. accuse, 'tax of. H. P. ii. 227. Tell, v. t. count. A. M. 34, 76. Theologue, sb. Theologian. H. P. ii. 1147. Thick, adv, quickly following. A. M. 120. Thick, adj. “thick of.' 0.C. 14. Threat, v. t. threaten. A. M. 61; A. A. 141. Timely, adv. in time. A. R. 190. Tire, sb. row of guns. H. P. iii. 317. Too too, adv. excessively. A. R. III. Took, p. p. taken. A. R. 144. Traditive, adj. traditional. H.P. ii. 196. Travellour, sb. traveller. A.R. 148. Treasonous, adj. treasonable. H. P. iji. 633. Trine, sb. conjunction of three planets making a triangle. A. M. 292. Trust, v. i. followed by on. A. M. 295. Turbulent, adj. • turbulent of evil.' A. A. 153.

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Unblamed, adj. ‘unblamed of life.' A. A. 479.
Ungodded, p. p. having no gods. H. P. iii. 742.
Unhoped, adj. unexpected. A. R. 140.
Unknowing, adj. not knowing. A.M. 96.
Unlade, v. t. empty, unload. A. M. 300.
Unready, adj. not ready. A. M. 254.
Unsatiate, adj. insatiable. A. A. 987.
Unsincere, adj. mixed, alloyed. A. M. 209.
Unthrift, sb. prodigal. H. P. iii. 296.

V.

Vare, sb, wand. A. A. 595.

W.

Wait, v. t. attend, accompany. H.P. i. 557.
Want, v. t. be without. A. A. 197.

Wanting, adj. needy, poor. A. M. 274; A. A. 407, 892.
Well-breathed, adj. with good lungs. A. A. 630.
Wex, v. i. wax, grow. A. M. 4.
Wilder, v. t. bewilder. H. P. ii. 682.
Witness, sb. evidence. H. P. i. 62.
Worser, adj. worse. A. R. 3.

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