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- v. To fly too far and wide from its master while hovering above waiting till the game is sprung.
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Jest rake out the coals this way, an 'when it begins ter simmer I' ll put in the sperits, ef ye 'll gin 'em to me.
And so I thought I 'd jest go t' other side o 'Hopkinton and see Granny Walkers, – her that was housekeeper to Lady Frankland, ye know, – and see if I could n't rake out the pertickelars of that' ere Dench house.