from The Century Dictionary.
- noun Moldiness.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun rare Moldiness.
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Let your Surloine be boned, and take off the great finew that lies on the back, lard the leanest parts of it with great lard, being season '' with Nutmeg, Pepper, four ounces of each, two ounces of
Red on each cheek behold the rofe of healthy Firm in each finew Vigour's pliant fpring.
A finew; a liga - ture by which the joinu are moved.
They had certain paring of the flefli of divers holy virgins,, and a finew of St. fowmfi ™ fhr
And if this early care be taken of the infancy, 'twill much eafe the pext part, that; of the childhood; for where the finew in tfye neck is broken, where the na - tive ftubbornefs is fubdued fo early, the yoke will fit eafy, all fucceeding parts qf difcipline will come with more facility and profit.
i thought it was a fair compromise. condiering these two states broke the rules which was finew with Hillary till she started losing and then wanted the rules changed in the middle of the game!!
■ 'fprings from Peace, fource, finew, foul of all, warn'd by, Tyre, O! make religion thine, to circulate like blood, natural to Britain, cherifli'd by her fifter.