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“MISS CAREY: Oh, a lollard is a disappointment of the hair.”
“In "The Lollard," when Miss Carey wants to disillusionize Angela, she does not sit down and argue her out of her insane infatuation for Fred; nor does she tell Angela that Fred is a "lollard" and weakly unmask him by describing his "lollard" points.”
“The Lollard" piques curiosity -- what is a "lollard," you are inclined to want to know; it also carries”
“(He lifts his tired little wife up in his arms and as he goes out, she mutters:) You're not such a bad lollard after all.”
“When Fred Saltus dashes revealingly across the stage and back into his room again, "The Lollard's" climax is reached; and as soon as Angela exclaims "What 'a lollard '_that_ is!" there's a ring at the door bell and in comes Harry to win Angela completely with his regimentals and to carry her off and bring the curtain down --”
“ANGELA: Oh Miss Carey, what an awful lollard _that_ is.”
“ANGELA: Yes, I invented the word, and believe me, a woman suffers with a lollard.”
“His look went from brooder's beard to carper's skull, to remind, to chide them not unkindly, then to the baldpink lollard costard, guiltless though maligned.”
“His look went from brooder’s beard to carper’s skull, to remind, to chide them not unkindly, then to the baldpink lollard costard, guiltless though maligned.”
“Candelmasse, Richard Hunden, a wolle packer, was dampned as a fals heretyk and a lollard, and brent at the Tour hill, the whiche was of so large consciens that he wolde eten fleysh on Frydays. [”
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The derogatory suffix -ard, now used in just a few words though previously very productive.
insults, epithets, etc.
Various words from the play by Christopher Marlowe.
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