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- n. Obsolete form of remnant.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A remnant.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An obsolete form of remnant.
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Meritocracy Part 2: the remenant cultural elite says:
And when the king hath done, then do the lords; and after them their ministers and other men, if they may have any remenant.
And whan the kyng hathe don, thanne don the lordes; and aftre hem here mynystres and other men, zif thei may have ony remenant.
And whan thei han eten, thei putten hire dissches unwasschen in to the pot or cawdroun, with remenant of the flessche and of the brothe, till thei wole eten azen.
And whan this Calyphee was taken, men fownden him of so highe worschipe, that in alle the remenant of the world, ne myghte
And so forth of all the remenant, what so they be.
Him, and thou art silently speaking, and speakingly silent, fastingly eating, and eatingly fasting, and so forth of all the remenant.
"The whiche strooke and discomfiture nott oonly lessed in grete partie the nombre of your peuple there, but as well withdrewe the courage of the remenant in merveillous wyse, and couraiged your adverse partie and ennemys to assemble them forthwith in grete nombre."
Calyphee was taken, men fownden him of so highe worschipe, that in alle the remenant of the world, ne myghte a man fynde a more reverent man, ne highere in worschippe.
The remenant deinterlacing artifacts (jaggies) combine to shimmer or interline twitter