from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To make or become meet or fit; make suitable; adapt; prepare.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To render fit.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To make meet or fit; adapt; prepare.
The folk of that contree han a dyvers lawe: for summe of hem, worschipe the sonne, summe the mone, summe the fuyr, summe trees, summe serpentes, or the first thing that thei meeten at morwen: and summe worschipen symulacres, and summe Ydoles.
And many folk worschipen tho bestes, whan thei meeten hem first at morwe, for here gret vertue and for the gode smelle that thei han: and tho skynnes thei preysen more than thoughe thei were plate of fyn gold.
And therefore thei maken ymages lyche to tho thinges, that thei han beleeve inne, for to beholden hem and worschipen hem first at morwe, or thei meeten ony contrarious thinges.
For te tuaik wor audin's life if thae stopt it meeten.
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