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  • _How the good maker will not wrench his word to helpe his rime, either by falsifying his accent, or by untrue orthographie.

    The Arte of English Poesie

  • But though we haue sayd that (to make good concored) your seuerall verses should haue their cadences like, yet must there be some difference in their orthographie, though not in their sound, as if one cadence be [_constraine_] the next [_restraine_] or one

    The Arte of English Poesie

  • Of all which manner of apt wordes to make these stranger feet of three times which go not so currant with our eare as the _dactil_, the maker should haue a good iudgement to know them by their manner of orthographie and by their accent which serue most fitly for euery foote, or else he shoulde haue always a little calender of them apart to vse readily when he shall neede them.

    The Arte of English Poesie

  • Therefore whensoeuer your words will not make a smooth _dactil_, ye must alter them or their situations or else turne them to other feete that may better beare their maner of sound and orthographie: or if the word be

    The Arte of English Poesie

  • Such eyes as I once had, too; such warm, soft, furry arms, and such a voice -- it would have wanted no words to express all that I feel now; that voice -- nous savons notre orthographie en musique là bas!

    The Martian

  • Therefore whensoeuer your words will not make a smooth dactil, ye must alter them or their situations, or else turne them to other feete that may better beare their maner of sound and orthographie: or if the word be polysillable to deuide him, and to make him serue by peeces, that he could not do whole and entierly.

    The Arte of English Poesie

  • How the good maker will not wrench his word to helpe his rime, either by falsifying his accent, or by untrue orthographie.

    The Arte of English Poesie

  • Which orthographie (because ye shall not be abused) is true & not mistaken, for the letter zeta, of the Hebrewes & Greeke and of all other toungs is in truth but a double ss hardly vttered, and H. is but a note of aspiration onely and no letter, which therefore is by the Greeks omitted.

    The Arte of English Poesie

  • Such men were in effect the most part of all your old rimers and specially _Gower_, who to make vp his rime would for the most part write his terminant sillable with false orthographie, and many times not sticke to put in a plaine French word for an English, & so by your leaue do many of our common rimers at this day: as he that by all likelyhood, hauing no word at hand to rime to this word

    The Arte of English Poesie

  • Such men were in effect the most part of all your old rimers and specially Gower, who to make vp his rime would for the most part write his terminant sillable with false orthographie, and many times not sticke to put in a plane French word for an English, & so by your leaue do many of our common rimers at this day: as he that by all likelyhood, hauing no word at hand to rime to this word [ioy] he made his other verse ende in [Roy] saying very impudently thus,

    The Arte of English Poesie

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