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- n. Plural form of frynde.
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And for thy fryndes and parentes, and other acquayntance to put thy selfe in peryll: for the cõmon wealth in the whyche both it & that most reuerende name of the contrey is conteyned, not to be willynge to come in ieopardye.
Asindeton.] _Dissolutio_, when the oracion lacketh coniũccions, thus: Obey thy parẽtes, be ruled by thi kinsfolke, folow thy fryndes, obey the lawes.
In the household of the Earl of Northumberland in 1511 were “. .yong gentlemen at their fryndes fynding,  in my lords house for the hoole yere” and “Haunsmen ande Yong Gentlemen at thir Fryndes fynding v [j] (As to say, Hanshmen iij.