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- v. To clear or excuse.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- See assoil.
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My fader, God assoyle his soul, was Franz Schopper, iclyped the Singer.
Then as a steed refreshed after toyle, out of my prison I will breake anew: and stoutly will that second worke assoyle, with strong endeuour and attention dew.
[that] the pope may not assoyle them Not for thy holsom coûsell is [that] suche praye & gyue almesse & do other good dedes after theyr power [that] god the father may lyghten theyr hertes. & the sooner torne them to goodnes.
(so crokedly, and vp and downe) they be come: Perhaps, they would not, or could not, very redily, or nerely assoyle that question.
[Errors and Problems Noted by Transcriber: grouped by type the pope may not assoyle them