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Wappened, decayed, diseased. Witch, to bewitch.
Withy, judicious, cunning.
Wittol, knowing, conscious
Wittol, a contented cuckold.
Woe, to be sorry
Woman, to affect deeply.
Wondered, able to perform wonders. Vice, the fool of the old moralities. Welkin-eye, blue eye.
Wood, crazy, frantic.
Wooden thing, awkward business.
World to see, wonderful.
Woodman, an attendant on the forester
in Shakspeare's time.
Work, fortification. Violenteth, rageth.
Wether, used for a ram.
Worm, a serpent.
Whelked, varied with protuberances. Worth, wealth.
Wreak, to revenge ; resentment.
Wrested, obtained by force.
Wretch, a term of fondness.
Whipstock, the carter's whip. Writ, writing.
Write, to pronounce confidently,
Writhled, wrinkled. Waft, to beckon.
White, the white mark in the target. Wry, to deviate. Wagé, to combat.
White-death, the green sickness. Wrong, hurt. Wages, is equal to.
Whiting-time, bleaching time. Wroth, misfortune. Waist, that part of a ship between the Whitsters, linen bleachers.
Wrought, agitated. quarter deck and the forecastle. Whittle, a pocket knife.
Wrung, pressed, strained.
Whooping, measure and reckoning,
Yare, nimble, handy.
Yarely, nimbly, adroitly.
Yearn, to grieve or vex.
Winchester Goose, a strumpet Yeild, to inform of. Warden, a pear
Winking-gates, gates hastily closed Yellowness, jealousy Warn, summon.
from fear of danger.
Yeoman, a bailiff's follower Wassel candle, candle used at festivals. Winnowed, examined.
Yerk, to kick. Wassels, rustic revelry.
Winter-ground, to protect against win. Yesty, foaming, frothy Watch, á watch-light.
Young, early. Water-work, water-colours. Wis, to know
z. Wax, to grow.
Wise woman, a witch, a fortune-teller. Zany, a buffoon.
Zed, a term of contempt.