from The Century Dictionary.
- noun Same as
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun obsolete A decree or determination; a dictum.
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- noun obsolete A
decreeor determination; a dictum.
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So Plutarch, De placit. philosoph., c. 7; from which treatise the above opinions of the various sects are quoted, generally verbatim.
But do ye nocht understand, that thair is a great difference betuix the authoritie quhiche is Goddis ordinance, and the personis of those whiche ar placit in authoritie?
If there be ut sapientibus placit, and equine elysium, I will send to Charon the brass coin, the fee for Dicks passage over, and on the other side of the Styx in those shadowy clover-fields he may nibble blossoms forever.
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