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WEALS-MAN, commonwealth man, states

man.

WORLD,

- marr

WEAR, fashion.
WEEDS, dress.
WEEN, suppose, imagine.
WEET, know.
WEIRD, concerned with fate, "subservient

to destiny" (S.); "weird sisters "=

Fates. WELKIN, sky. WELKIN-EYE, blue, "heavenly” (S.). WELL-FOUND, tried, approved (S.). WELL-SEEN, accomplished. WHEEL “how th wheel becomes it,”

burden of a ballad (this is queried by S.). WHELK, wheal, protuberance. WHELKED, with protuberances, or "twist

ed, convolved." WHIFFLER, a person who cleared the way

for a procession ; originally a fifer.
WHILE, until.
WHIPSTOCK, handle of whip.
WHITING-TIME, bleaching-time.
WHITSTER, WHITESTER,

bleacher.
WHITTLE, small clasp-knife.
WHOOBUB, hubbub.
WIDE “speak so wide," far from the mark.
WILDERNESS, wildness.
WIMPLED, veiled, hoodwinked.
WINTER-GROUND,

protect from winter weather. Wis, think, suppose (i-wis = certainly,

indeed).

Wisy, recom

ommend, "desire, invite, bid (S.). Wistly, earnestly, eagerly. Wit, know. WITHOUT, beyond. WONDERED, able to perform wonders. Wood, mad. WOODCOCK, a proverbially foolish bird. WOOLWARD, dressed in wool only.

go to the world," woman of the world,” = married. WORM, serpent. Wort, cabbages, and similar plants

sweet infusion of malt before it

ments.
Wor, know,
WREAK, revenge.
WREST, tuning key.
WRITHLED, wrinkled.
WROTH, ruth, misfortune.
Wry, go astray.
YARE, quick, ready, active.
YCLEPED, named.
YEARN, grieve.
Yellows, jaundice in horses.
YELLOWNESS, jealousy.
YESTY, frothy.
ZANY, fool, buffoon.
ZED, “unnecessary letter," since

place may be supplied by S.” ZENITH, highest point of fortune.

END OF VOL I.

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