Did you perchance mean mould?
- From Middle English nolde ("would not"), from Old English nalde, nolde, first and third person preterite of nyllan ("will not"), from ne- ("not") + wyllan ("will"). More at no, will. (Wiktionary)
“The good prince — would he, nould he — was obliged to put some of the leaden dumplings into his pocket.”
“` That is the middle queen, whose mother placed her here to put us out of this world, 'said the seer, and the servant thanked him for his warning, and went on, would he, nould he, in hunger and thirst, whithersoever the seer led him.”
“The Good Knight draweth his sword and surroundeth them all and maketh them all go in common before him, would they or nould they.”
“Briant sent word back to King Claudas that Messire Gawain and Messire Ywain began to hold them aloof from the court, and that as for most part of the other he need not trouble him a whit, for he might so deal as that in short time Lancelot should be well trounced, would they or nould they.”
“Een if I could I nould believe your tales and fables stale and trite,”
“But Godfrey nould this while bring forth his power”
“Yet nould with death them chastise though he mought,”
“Old Lady Sandwich had obtainixl this remiasion; and yet, though she left every thing to the present Lord her grand - eon, a man for whose ivak one should have thought tlicy nould have had regard, the King's ofliicers forced iheniscti'es into tlic house, aRcr hex death, and pluDdL'red.”
““Was I? my sartie! first for bringing me into jeopardy, would I nould I, and then for whomling a chield on the tap o’ me that dang the very wind out of my body?”
“Soon afterwards Joseph departed from Sarras, and King Evelake would go with him whether he would or nould, and they came unto this land of”
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