- From Middle French par- + brake. (Wiktionary)
“O daughter mine, thou hast begun to put thy hand to the plough of virtue, leaving the parbreak of mortal sin; it behoves thee, then, to persevere, to receive the reward of thy labour, which thy soul endures, choosing to bridle its youth, that it may not run to be a member of the devil.”
“9 Her filthy parbreak all the place defiled has. parbreak > vomit”
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Interesting words appearing in Samuel Johnson's Dictionary (1755). Some are interesting for their unfamiliarity, and some for the meanings then assigned by Johnson.
bal-; bol-; -bol; -ble and incau(gh)tious others
Selections from Mrs. Byrne's Dictionary of Unusual, Obscure and Preposterous Words by Josefa Heifetz Byrne (University Books, 1974). Definitions in the comments when not available elsewhere.
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