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“Obs. a1529 SKELTON Col. Cloute 400 [The nuns] Must cast vp theyr blacke vayles, And set vp theyr fucke sayles, To catch wynde with their ventales.”
“Nex tyme dis heppins, BT wil wynde up az shredid stuffyng peeces!”
“Ai has a sad bout Missus Wiggly; Ai nebber thot her wud wynde up dis waye!”
“Great Regulars: The alliterative form is remarkably flexible across a range of tones and subjects, but my favourite passages have always been the evocations of bleak northern weather and terrain that permeate the poem: "The werbelande wynde wapped fro the hyghe/And drof uch dale ful of dryftes ful grete" adapted by Simon Armitage as "then a whip-cracking wind comes whistling between hills/Driving snow into deepening drifts in the dales".”
“The .xii. if the wynde be in the east, and that is worste.”
“The west and the north wynde ben good, but the south is best.”
““You snarle yourself into so many and heynouse absurdities, as you shall never be able to wynde yourself oute.” —”
“When the wynde bloweth from the northeast, then the sand riseth and is driuen against a certayne mountayne, which is an arme of the mount”
“Therefore after three days, gyuyng wynde to our sayles, we entered into the Redde Sea, otherwise named Mare”
“Agnes, the wyf of John Wyse, als Winkam John Wyse, presented to be a medicioner for the waffc of an yll wynde, and for the fayryes.”
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