from The Century Dictionary.
- noun Obsolete plural forms of
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For the longer that tliey liven thus in sin, the greater pains shullen they have in hell, unless tiiey amenden tliem. —
And they may best without challeng - ling of men go antl dwell among the people where Ptliey shullen most profit, and in covenable time come, and go after stirring of the Holy Ghost, and not be boundcn by sinful mens jurisdiction fro tiic better doing.
Also many tiimes their patrons willcn look to be feasted of such jcuratcs, else muken them lese that little thing, that rtliey and poor men shullen live by.
Britaigne; for, certes, this is the prophicye of Merlyn -- He say'd that his deth shall be doubteous; and said soth, for men thereof yet have doubte and shullen for evermore, for men wyt not whether that he lyveth or is dede. "