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“If a wenche, they streighte ceared the pappes, that thei might not growe to hindre them in the warres.”
“_Dimber dell_ = pretty wench -- "A dell is a yonge wenche, able for generation, and not yet knowen or broken by the upright man ... when they have beene lyen with all by the upright man then they be Doxes, and no Dells.”
“Suffer mee I praye thee, to examine the Noursse, in the presence of the wenche, of the whole circumstance of this matter, to the intent that if I be but”
“Whereunto the poore wenche obeied, not knowinge that it was her funeral garmentes.”
“But he knowing and suspecting nothing, thought the place to be right honest that he went vnto, and the wife likewise honest and good, and boldlie entred the house, the wenche going before: and mountinge vp the staiers, this yonge gristle called her maistres, sayinge vnto her that maister Andreuccio was come.”
“This iollie wenche, wholy informed of Andreuccio his parentes, and of their names, made a plat and foundation, by subtill and craftie meanes, how to obtaine her purpose: and when she was come home to her house, she sent the old woman about businesse for that day, because she might not retourne to Andreuccio.”
“(A pityfull sight after ye shall see) Put off thy clothes, bonny wenche, he sayes,”
“(A pittylfull sight after yee shall see:) 'Put of thy clothes, bonny wenche,' he sayes,”
“+ Mary and thou shalt wenche, come we two will daunce.”
“+ Welcome my good wenche, and sitte here by me iust.”
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