Sorry, no definitions found. Check out and contribute to the discussion of this word!
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Had he said that them there Hirish swoine were badly feade, I'd ha 'thought it fairish enough on un; but to seay that they was oll weal feade on tip-top feeadin'!
"I seay -- hears to me, lad?" shouted he to a gruff Fleming, as he passed to and fro before the entrance to his prison-house; but the guard heeded him not.
But taking this in the best sense, even supposing Sir Har - court did not by any indirect means induce the father to be an adventurer in the South-seay yet if upon this, or any other
A goldsmith, without any orders from the proprietors, subscribing kitteiy orders into the South-seay indemniM by act of parliament.