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  • preposition Obsolete spelling of without.

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Examples

  • Schulde fynde thereyn that trouthe ys left wythoute; 20

    The Rowley Poems

  • Wordes wythoute sense fulle grossyngelye [29] he twynes,

    The Rowley Poems

  • Lyke to thys sorte be sentences, whyche wee exaggerate as it were wythoute the cause, but so that they serue to the cause whiche wee haue in hande: as bee the amplificacions of vertues, and the exaggeracions of vices.

    A Treatise of Schemes and Tropes

  • An other waye of increase is, when wythoute distinccion in the context and course of the oracion, the circumstaunces sette in order, somewhat alwayes is added bygger then the fyrste, and that we come to the hyest by a swyfte pace.

    A Treatise of Schemes and Tropes

  • ¶ For thys darre I saye, no eloquente wryter maye be perceiued as he shulde be, wythoute the knowledge of them: for asmuche as al togethers they belonge to Eloquucion, whyche is the thyrde and pryncipall parte of rhetorique.

    A Treatise of Schemes and Tropes

  • ¶ There be also certen kindes of sportes meete for chyldren, wherwyth theyr earnest studye must somwhat be eased after they be come to that, they muste lerne those higher thynges whyche can not be perceiued wythoute diligence and laboure: as are the handling of Themes, to turne latine into Greeke, or greeke into latine, or to learne cosmographie wythout booke.

    The Education of Children

  • Thou blameste nature whych hath denied the minde of a man to thy chylde, & thou causest by thyne own negligence, that thy sonne shulde be wythoute the mynde of a man.

    The Education of Children

  • They be greatly therefore deceiued, whych thynke it sufficiẽt to be borne, & no lesse do they erre whyche beleue that wysedome is got by handelynge matters and greate affayres wythoute the preceptes of philosophye.

    The Education of Children

  • Prynces go about this, to leaue vnto their sonnes as large a dominion as they cã, and yet do none care lesse that they shuld be brought vp in those good wayes, wythoute the whych, principalitie can not wel be ordred.

    The Education of Children

  • As it is told of a certen wrestler, whych, accustumed to beare a calfe by certein furlonges, bare hym whẽ he was waxen a bull, wythoute anye payne: for the encrease was not felt, whych euerye daye was put to the burden.

    The Education of Children

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