Definitions

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  • adjective obsolete, rare Translucent.
  • verb obsolete To shine through.

Etymologies

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From through- +‎ shine.

Examples

  • May in your through-shine front your hearts thoughts see.

    To the Countesse of Bedford

  • That mind which harboureth Philosophie, ought by reason of her sound health, make that bodie also sound and healthie: it ought to make her contentment to through-shine in all exteriour parts: it ought to shapen and modell all outward demeanours to the modell of it: and by consequence arme him that doth possesse it, with a gracious stoutnesse and lively audacite, with an active and pleasing gesture, and with a setled and cheerefull countenance.

    Of the Institution and Education of Children. To the Ladie Diana of Foix, Countesse of Gurson.

  • That mind which harboureth Philosophie, ought by reason of her sound health, make that bodie also sound and healthie: it ought to make her contentment to through-shine in all exteriour parts: it ought to shapen and modell all outward demeanours to the modell of it: and by consequence arme him that doth possesse it, with a gracious stoutnesse and lively audacite, with an active and pleasing gesture, and with a setled and cheerefull countenance.

    Literary and Philosophical Essays: French, German and Italian

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