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- adjective Obsolete form of
- verb obsolete Simple past tense and past participle of
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Comes Sam'l later to carry me home, and my Lady speaking with him of my Lady Jem's marriage with young Mr Carteret do say he is so abasht and so little coming forward with his courtship that it do much discomfort poor Lady Jem as not knowing what he would be at.
Then the Childe, abasht, went to the Ant. He sayd, 'Will you play with me, Ant.'
"What do you mean?" asked the stranger, somewhat abasht, but whose curiosity was stirred.
Now a sentimental melancholy inhaloes every ordinary object around us; and amid the meek abasht feelings of a pining anguish and remorse, suddenly starts up nauseous arrogance, vaunting the grandeur of a spoilt capricious heart.
Shewe thy selfe Cynthia with thy siuer rayes, and be not abasht:
331: They heard, and were abasht, and up they sprung