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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An obsolete form of ordinary.
“They createt all that mess and now brainwashing ordenary folks that they now have the answers.”
“For the Phisicens and Chirurgiens, haue a stipende allowed them of ordenary at the charge of the communes.”
“Abrode in the fieldes, in a faire plaine ordenary for the purpose: all the Dukes, Erles, Barons, Lordes, and the reste of the nobilitie, together with the people of the whole kyngdome, do assemble.”
“The night afore euery ordenary holidaie or feastefull daie: the whole clergie, and the people, ware bounde to kiepe”
“The common and ordenary trade of the Spanyard and Portingall from Lysbome to the coasts of Guyny,”
“Northerly Seas are wholly congealed, making but one mas or contenent of yse, which is the more credible because the ordenary experience of our fishermen geueth vs sufficient notice thereof, by reason of the great quantitie of yse which they find to be brought vpon the cost of newefound land from those Northerne regions.”
“The second clause, a warning against being too much carried away by excitements of play, is rendered by Hawkins, “Contend not, nor speake louder than thou maist with moderation;” and in the Washington MS., “affect not to Speak Louder than ordenary.””
“At Play and at Fire its Good manners to give Place to the last Commer, and affect not to Speak Louder than ordenary.”
“People on the street, building, Bank, iranian girls on the street, street telephone and ordenary life of the Iranian people working and doing shopping in Tehran capital”
“The night afore euery ordenary holidaie or feastefull daie: the whole clergie, and the people, ware bounde to kiepe Vigile in euery churche.”
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