- v. Obsolete spelling of leave.
“We staied ten daies in the rode of this city, before we could get Pratticke, that is: leaue to come amongst them, or to vse traffique with them.”
“We determined therefore to leaue them behind at Kiow with two seruants appointed to keepe them.”
“But emong the Egiptians, the punishemente due vnto the wicked and lewed, and the praise of the godlie and good, not heard by tales of a tubbe,21 but sene daiely at the eye: putteth both partes in remembraunce what behoueth in this life, and what fame and opinion thei shall leaue of them selues, to their posteritie.”
“Bisshoppe gaue hym leaue to put her awaie, and marie another.”
“Their Magicens thei leaue vnbewried, for the foules to disspetche.”
“No witnessynges, no handwritynges, no sealynges, ne suche like tokens of trecherie and vntrust: but without all these, thei trust and be trusted, thei belieue and are belieued, yea, thei oftentymes leaue their houses wide open without keper.”
“And for that thei sette muche by beautie, thei cary aboute with theim phanelles to defende them from the sonne, and leaue nothyng vndone, that maketh for the bettre grace of their faces.”
“Neere vnto the graue of the partie deceased they alwaies leaue one cottage.”
“You shall not (quoth he) leaue those behinde you, but for the other two carts first named, we will satisfie your request.”
“Afterward he caused vs to shewe him all our garments: and whatsoeuer hee deemed to be lesse needfull for vs, he willed vs to leaue it behind in the custodie of our hoste.”
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