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PlayKey LineModern TextOriginal Text
Antony and CleopatraAC III.vii.66Exeunt Antony, Cleopatra, and Enobarbusexit Ant. Cleo. & Enob.
CoriolanusCor I.i.92think to fob off our disgrace with a tale. But, an't pleasethinke / To fobbe off our disgrace with a tale: / But and'tplease
CymbelineCym IV.ii.387I'll follow, sir. But first, an't please the gods,Ile follow Sir. But first, and't please the Gods,
HamletHam IV.vi.9'A shall, sir, an't please him. There's a letter forHee shall Sir, and't please him. There's a Letter for
Henry IV Part 11H4 II.i.1Heigh-ho! An it be not four by the dayHeigh-ho, an't be not foure by the day,
Henry IV Part 11H4 III.i.143With telling me of the moldwarp and the ant,With telling me of the Moldwarpe and the Ant,
Henry IV Part 22H4 I.ii.57Falstaff, an't please your lordship.Falstaffe, and't please your Lordship.
Henry IV Part 22H4 I.ii.112lethargy, an't please your lordship, a kind of sleeping inLethargie, a sleeping of
Henry IV Part 22H4 I.ii.121Very well, my lord, very well. Rather, an'tVery well (my Lord) very well: rather an't
Henry IV Part 22H4 II.i.67O my most worshipful lord, an't please yourOh my most worshipfull Lord, and't please your
Henry IV Part 22H4 III.ii.101Here, an't please you.Heere, if it please you.
Henry IV Part 22H4 III.ii.105Yea, an't please you.Yea, if it please you.
Henry IV Part 22H4 III.ii.229we owe God a death. I'll ne'er bear a base mind. An't,wee owe a death. I will neuer beare a base minde: if it
Henry IV Part 22H4 III.ii.230be my destiny, so; an't be not, so. No man's too goodbe my destinie, so: if it be not, so: no man is too good
Henry IV Part 22H4 IV.i.2'Tis Gaultree Forest, an't shall please your grace.'Tis Gualtree Forrest, and't shall please your Grace.
Henry VH5 IV.vii.90Your grandfather of famous memory, an'tYour Grandfather of famous memory (an't
Henry VH5 IV.vii.130He is a craven and a villain else, an't pleaseHee is a Crauen and a Villaine else, and't please
Henry VI Part 22H6 I.iii.15Mine is, an't please your grace,Mine is, and't please your Grace,
Henry VI Part 22H6 II.i.30An't like your lordly Lord's Protectorship.An't like your Lordly Lords Protectorship.
Henry VI Part 22H6 II.i.75Born blind, an't please your grace.Borne blinde, and't please your Grace.
Henry VI Part 22H6 II.i.78His wife, an't like your worship.His Wife, and't like your Worship.
Henry VI Part 22H6 II.i.82At Berwick in the north, an't like your grace.At Barwick in the North, and't like your Grace.
Henry VI Part 22H6 V.i.72I was, an't like your majesty.I was, an't like your Maiesty.
Henry VIIIH8 I.iv.92An't please your grace, Sir Thomas Bullen's daughter,An't please your Grace, / Sir Thomas Bullens Daughter,
Julius CaesarJC IV.iii.256.1Ay, my lord, an't please you.I my Lord, an't please you.
King LearKL II.iv.65We'll set thee to school to an ant to teach theeWee'l set thee to schoole to an Ant, to teach thee
Love's Labour's LostLLL I.i.260Me, an't shall please you. I am Anthony Dull.Me, an't shall please you? I am Anthony Dull.
Love's Labour's LostLLL V.ii.577There, an't shall please you, a foolish mild man; anThere an't shall please you: a foolish milde man, an
MacbethMac III.vi.19As, an't please heaven, he shall not – they should find(As, and't please Heauen he shall not) they should finde
Measure for MeasureMM II.i.186Yes, an't please you, sir.Yes, and't please you sir.
Measure for MeasureMM V.i.74.2That's I, an't like your grace.That's I, and't like your Grace:
Much Ado About NothingMA III.v.23Yea, an't 'twere a thousand pound more thanYea, and 'twere a thousand times more than
PericlesPer II.i.148thee good on't.thee good an't.
Richard IIIR3 I.i.88Even so? An't please your worship, Brakenbury,Euen so, and please your Worship Brakenbury,
The Merchant of VeniceMV II.ii.54Of Launcelot, an't please your mastership.Of Launcelet, ant please your maistership.
The Merry Wives of WindsorMW II.ii.34Not so, an't please your worship.Not so and't please your worship.
The Taming of the ShrewTS induction.1.75.2An't please your honour, playersAn't please your Honor, Players
The TempestTem IV.i.239Do, do! We steal by line and level, an't likeDoe, doe; we steale by lyne and leuell, and't like
The Two Noble KinsmenTNK I.iii.4Excess and overflow of power, an't might be,Exces, and overflow of power, and't might be
The Winter's TaleWT III.iii.67ivy. Good luck, an't be thy will!Iuy. Good-lucke (and't be thy will)
The Winter's TaleWT IV.iv.724Are you a courtier, an't like you, sir?Are you a Courtier, and't like you Sir?
The Winter's TaleWT IV.iv.736I know not, an't like you.I know not (and't like you.)
The Winter's TaleWT IV.iv.777Has the old man e'er a son, sir, do you hear, an'tHa's the old-man ere a Sonne Sir (doe you heare) and't
Twelfth NightTN I.v.29Wit, an't be thy will, put me into good fooling.Wit, and't be thy will, put me into good fooling:

Glossary

 1144 result(s).
avariant form of ‘ah’
avariant form of 'on'
avariant form of 'of'
avariant form of 'in'
avariant form of 'at'
avariant form of 'by'
avariant form of 'to'
abhominationvariant spelling of ‘abomination’
accessaryassistant, helper, collaborator
accommodateaid, help, give an advantage
accordantsympathetic, ready to agree, responsive
accountantaccountable, responsible, answerable
aconitumvariety of highly poisonous plant, aconite
adamantlegendary substance of great hardness and magnetism
additionadvantage, credit, plus
adherebelong, be relevant, relate
adjudgeaward, grant, bestow
adjunctaid, aide-memoire, assistant
adjunctattendant [upon], inevitable result [of]
admitpermit, allow, grant
advantageadvantageous position, place of vantage, superiority
advantageto gain those benefits, receiving those advantages
advantageright moment, favourable opportunity
advantagebenefit, help, aid
advantagebenefit, gain, advancement, profit
advantageenrich, augment, add value to
advantageinterest, bonus, addition
advantageaddition, enhancement, exaggeration
advantageableadvantageous, profitable, beneficial
advantageousproviding advantage, opportune, timely
adversehostile, belligerent, antagonistic
aedile[pron: 'eediyl] assistant to Roman tribunes
affordgrant, permit, allow
afootin foot-soldiers, by way of infantry
againstin preparation for, in anticipation of
againstin anticipation of the time when
ague-proofimmune to fevers, resistant to sickness
aidanthelpful, assisting, beneficial
aio teI proclaim that you, the descendant of Aeacus, can conquer the Romans; or: I proclaim that the Romans can conquer you, the descendant of Aeacus
allegiantloyal, faithful, stemming from allegiance
alligantmalapropism for ‘elegant’ or ‘eloquent’
allowacknowledge, grant, admit
allowedapproved, acknowledged, granted
anvariant form of 'and'
angeldemon, evil spirit, attendant spirit
anthemsong of mourning, hymn of grief
Anthropophagi[pron: anthroh'pofajiy] mythical race of man-eaters
anthropophaginianman-eater, cannibal
Antiates[pron: an'tiyateez] people from Antium (modern Anzio), S Italy
antic, antick(e), antiqueancient, olden, former
antic, antick(e), antiquebizarre dance, fantastic spectacle, grotesque entertainment
antic, antick(e), antiquegrotesque figure, grinning jester, buffoon
antic, antick(e), antiqueold-fashioned, old-world, antiquated
antic, antick(e), antiquemake grotesque figure of, make fools of
antic, antick(e), antiquefantastic, bizarre, weird
anticly, antiquelygrotesquely, like a buffoon, in an antic manner
Antiochus the Great[pron: an'tiyokus] Antiochus III; Syrian king in 2nd-c BC
Antiopa[pron: an'tiyopa] Amazon captured or abducted by Theseus
antiquaryancient, olden, former
antique Romanancient Roman [i.e. viewing suicide as an honourable option]
antiquityold age, seniority
Antony, MarkRoman leader in 1st-c BC
antrecave, cavern
apparentlyblatantly, openly, flagrantly
appellantaccuser [of treason], challenger, denouncer
appertainingrelated, relevant, appropriate
appointgrant, provide, assign
approveprove, confirm, corroborate, substantiate
aptyielding, compliant, submissive
argal, argo[variants of Latin ‘ergo’] therefore
argosylarge merchant ship
armingestablishment, confirmation, substantiation
arrantdownright, absolute, unmitigated
artmagic, enchantment, trickery
askant, askauntaslant, across
assistantin attendance, standing by, available
assuranceconfirmation, pledge, guarantee
assureguarantee, make safe against risks
assureassign, pledge, guarantee
Atalantafleet-footed huntress who swore only to marry the suitor who could outrace her; those she defeated, she killed
Atlasgiant, sentenced by Zeus to carry the heavens on his shoulders for taking part in the struggle against the gods
attacharrest, seize by warrant
attributive[Q variant] attaching excellence, ascribing worth
authorauthority, source, informant
availadvantage, benefit, aid
availbe of use to, help, advantage
avouchassurance, guarantee
avouchjustify, warrant, defend
awaitexpect, anticipate, look out for
bacon-fed[= fed on bacon] rustic, peasant, hillbilly
bailsecurity for release, guarantee of freedom
balefuldeadly, mortal, malignant
balmfragrant oil used for anointing, consecrated oil
balmaromatic plant, fragrant herb
balmembalmed, anointed with fragrant oil
balmyfragrant, delicious, sweet-smelling
bankant-hill
baseutter with bass voice, proclaim resonantly
base-court[of a castle] lower courtyard, servants' courtyard
baselessunsubstantial, lacking a foundation
bass, baseutter with bass voice, proclaim resonantly
bate[of quantities] lessen, reduce, deduct
baublelike a toy, paltry, insignificant
bearabuse, take advantage of, delude, deceive
beckonmake a significant gesture to, signal
beckoningsignal, significant gesture, meaningful sign
bedlammad, crazed, frantic
beguilecharm away, while away, pass pleasantly
behalfadvantage, interest, benefit
behoofbenefit, advantage
behovebenefit, advantage, gain
benefitquality, advantage, gift
bestowgive, provide, grant
bestowinggiving, benevolence, philanthropy
beteem, beteeneallow, permit, let, grant
beteeneallow, permit, let, grant
betterexcel, outstrip, have an advantage over
betweeninterim, interval, meantime
bevelcrooked, slanting, sloping
Bevis[pron: 'bevis] medieval Saxon knight who conquered Ascapart, a giant, and made him his squire
bigpregnant [with], swollen
bigarrogant, haughty, proud
birth-childnative, local inhabitant
blossomsprime, peak, full flowering [as of a plant]
boorpeasant, rustic
bootgood, advantage, profit
boyservant, slave, menial
brainsick, brain-sickmad, foolish, frantic
bravedefiant, insolent, impudent
braverydefiant character, threatening appearance
bravingdefiant, daring, boasting
broadhigh and mighty, arrogant
bucklaundry, quantity of soiled clothes
burghercitizen, inhabitant, denizen
businessimportant matter, serious concern
busskiss wantonly, smack against
busyalways engaged, active, constantly occupied
butlerservant in charge of the wine cellar
cabilerofine fellow, gallant
cankergrub that destroys plant buds and leaves, cankerworm, parasite
cankerdecay, become corrupt, grow malignant
cankeredmalignant, malicious, bad-tempered
cantherizingcauterizing, burning with a hot iron
cantlesegment, corner, slice
cantonsong, ballad, verse
cap-and-kneesycophantic, flattering, obsequious
caracklarge merchant ship, also fitted out for war
carewant, like, wish
carl, carle[disparaging] churl, peasant, low fellow
carlotpeasant, rustic, churl
carrack, carackgalleon, large merchant ship, also fitted out for war
carry it (away)[from a falconry term ‘to fly away with the game’] win the day, have the advantage, succeed
case[Q variant, 'judge by case'] case-law, precedent
cat o'mountainmountain-cat, wildcat, panther
cat-a-mountainmountain-cat, wildcat, panther
cavaleirofine fellow, gallant
cavalierogallant, valiant, honourable
cessevariant spelling of ‘cease’
cestern, cesternevariant spelling of ‘cistern’ [= water receptacle, vessel, reservoir]
challengerclaimant
chamberlainbedchamber attendant
changesubstitute, replace, supplant
changingfickle, inconstant, faithless
chant itsing out, give tongue
Chanticleercock, rooster [in the medieval story of Reynard the Fox, retold in Chaucer's ‘The Nun's Priest's Tale’]
chantrysmall private chapel
chaplainminister, spiritual attendant
chapmantrader, merchant, dealer
charmwork magic [on], bewitch, enchant
charmmagic spell, enchantment
charmenchantress, witch
charmincantation, chant
charmedbewitched, enchanted, placed under a spell
charmedbewitching, spellbinding, enchanting
charmerenchanter/enchantress, worker of charms
charminglyenchantingly, delightfully, fascinatingly
Chartham[pron: 'chahtam] village near Canterbury, Kent
cheverelflexible, yielding, pliant
churlpeasant, serf, rustic
Circe[pron: 'ser'see] enchantress who detained Odysseus and his followers on the isle of Aeaea, transforming his’ men into swine with a magic drink
circumstancepageantry, ceremony, spectacle
circumstantialfull of circumstances, rich in detail
clerkaltar-server, assistant
clinquantglittering with gold or silver, gleaming, sparkling
cloak-bagbag for carrying clothes [such as a cloak], portmanteau
coacher[Q variant of torcher, unclear meaning] coach, chariot
cocksoftened variant of 'God'
coherentfitting, accordant, agreeable
coincreate fantasies, fabricate, fantasize
Colbrandmedieval Danish champion giant, killed by Sir Guy of Warwick at Winchester
cold-movingcool, chilling, distant
coltwhore, wanton, lascivious thing
coming-onamenable, agreeable, compliant
commendshow well, set off to advantage
commissionwarrant, authority [to act]
commodiousaccommodating, compliant, obliging
commoditysupply, quantity, stock, consignment
commodityasset, advantage, benefit
compactagreement, contract, covenant
comprimisevariant form of ‘compromise’
concernbe important to, be the concern of
concordantharmonious, tuneful, melodious
concordantagreeing as one, harmonious, of one heart and mind
conditioncontract, covenant, agreement
condolingmoving, affecting, poignant
conductescort, attendant, guide
confinerinhabitant, dweller, resident
conformablecompliant, submissive, tractable
conjunct[Q variant] coupled, conjoined, united
conjurationincantation, invocation of spirits
conjuringentreaty, invocation, incantation
consonantlittle thing, nonentity
consortedattendant, accompanying, united together
conspirantconspirator, intriguer, plotter
constantsettled, resolved, decided
constantfaithful, steadfast, true
constantsettled, stable, steady
constantunmoving, unchanging, fixed
ConstantineConstantine the Great, Roman emperor and saint, 4th-c
constantlyassuredly, firmly, certainly, confidently
constantlyresolutely, steadfastly, steadily
conster[Q variant] construe, interpret, read
contemplativevacant, vacuous, mindlessly gazing
contendingstruggling, antagonistic, opposed
contestationjoint action as enemies, shared antagonism
continuantlymalapropism for ‘incontinently’ [= continually]
contrarietyoppositeness, contrariness, antagonism
contumeliouscontemptuous, arrogant, insolent
contumeliouslydisgracefully, contemptuously, arrogantly
convenienceadvantage, desirable feature, point of agreement
conveniencyconvenience, opportunity, advantage
convenient[Q variant] fitting, suitable, appropriate
conversantoccupied, concerned, having to do
Cophetua[pron: ko'fetjua] African king of a romantic ballad, who fell in love with a beggar-girl, Zenelophon
corantolively dance with quick running steps
cordialrestorative, stimulant, tonic
cormorantgreedy, insatiable, all-devouring
cormorantglutton, gorger, insatiable eater
correspondentresponsive, receptive, compliant
count[Q variant] account, reckoning
courtlikecourtly, elegant, well-mannered
covenantcontract, legal agreement, compact
coyunresponsive, distant, standoffish, disdainful
crabbedfrustrating, disagreeable, unpleasant
crants(singular) garland, wreath, chaplet
craverbeggar, asker, supplicant
creaturedependant, servant
crewel[Q variant] made of a thin coloured worsted yarn
crookedmalignant, perverse, contrary, devious
crosslyadversely, unfavourably, disadvantageously
curledwith elegantly curled hair, adorned with ringlets
customcustomary tribute [as if by a tenant to a lord]
Cyclops[pron: 'siyklops] one-eyed giants who aided Vulcan in forging armour for the gods
Cydnusriver in Cilicia, S Turkey; meeting place of Cleopatra and Antony, 41 BC
cyme[debated reading] plant-top, head of a plant; drug which induces vomiting
darkunfavourable, malignant, evil
dealamount, quantity
dealbestow, apportion, grant
dearimportant, major, significant
deepsolemn, weighty, important
default[unclear meaning] absence, lack, want
defendantdefensive, protective
delicatepleasant, delightful, congenial
denotement[Q variant] indication, sign, clue
dependserve, wait on, be a dependant of
dependantattendant, servant, retainer
dependantF alternative to 'depending'
dependencybody of dependants
dependerdependant, one who relies
descantdevelop a theme about, comment, make remarks
descantmelodious accompaniment, tuneful variation
descantsing along in harmony
descrysighting, spotting, discovery of what is distant
desert, desartcause, deserving, warrant
diligencediligent person, attentive servant
dislikedispleasure, disapproval, antipathy
dismantledeprive, strip, divest
dismantlestrip off, remove, take away
dismantleremove an outer garment, take off a cloak
disnaturedunnatural, aberrant, outlandish
dispatch, despatch[Q variant] dismiss, get rid of, send away
displanttransplant, remove, displace
disproportioneddiscrepant, inconsistent, incoherent
disquantitylessen in quantity, reduce, cut down
distance[fencing] regulation space to be kept between contestants
distilledfragrant, scented, aromatic
distinctively[F2 variant] distinctly
distrustfulhesitant, diffident, lacking confidence
divertedturned from its natural course, deviant
dividantdivisible, distinguishable, separable
domesticservant, slave
dotantdotard, dullard, one whose mind is impaired by age
doughty-handedvaliant in fighting, formidable in combat
drachmaGreek silver coin of varying but significant value
dramtiny amount, small quantity
dreadfear, anticipate in fear, be anxious about
drugpoisonous plant
dulcetsweet, mild, pleasant, agreeable
earnestguarantee, promise [small sum of money paid to secure a bargain]
easyslight, petty, insignificant
effectbenefit, advantage [resulting from an action]
eglantinesweet briar
egregiousshocking, outrageous, flagrant
egregioussignificant, extraordinary, exceptional
eightpennytrivial, negligible, insignificant
embassadorvariant form of ‘ambassador’
embossedswollen, bulging, protuberant
eminencesuperiority, mastery, advantage
emmetant
Enceladusgiant who fought against the Olympian gods, son of Tartarus and Gaea; possible brother of Typhon
enchantcharm, bewitch, win over
enchantingbewitching, captivating, holding under a spell
enchantinglyas if put under a spell
Endymion[pron: en'dimion] young shepherd loved by Selene (the Moon); Zeus granted his wish of eternal sleep, so he remained forever young
engagepledge, give the guarantee of
engraffdeep-rooted, firmly implanted
entertainadmit into consideration, grant as a possibility
entertainmentpleasant reception, favourable welcome
errantwandering, straying, erring
esquirecandidate for knighthood, attendant on a knight
everconstantly, continually, at all times
evermorealways, constantly, at all times
exactionextortionate taxation, exorbitant demand
exampledexemplified, illustrated, instantiated
expectexpectation, anticipation
expectanceexpectant state, watchful anticipation
expectationanticipation, hopefulness
extantin existence, living, existing
extantcurrent, present, immediate
extravagantvagrant, straying, roaming
fairwell, in a good hand, elegantly [like a clerk]
fairgood, elegant, fine
fairlyneatly, elegantly, handsomely, beautifully
fairymalignant spirit [as well as its modern sense]
fairyenchantress, captivator
falsedisloyal, faithless, inconstant, unfaithful
false[of an instrument or voice] out of tune, discordant
false aunfaithfully, disloyally, inconstantly
familiarattendant spirit, personal demon
fanaticalextravagant, flamboyant, over-the-top
fantasiedfull of strange fancies
fantasticextravagant, fanciful, ingenious
fantasticimagined, existing only in the mind
fantasticshowy dresser, fop, dandy
fantasticalfanciful, imaginative, full of wild ideas
fantasticalimaginary, unreal, illusory
fantasticallyfancifully, grotesquely, bizarrely
fantasticoabsurdity, person of wild ideas
fantasyardent desire, amorous fancy
fantasyimagining, delusion, hallucination
fantasyimagination, inventiveness, mental creativity
fantasywhim, caprice, fancy
fantasyimagination, mind, thought
farfarther, more distant
fastconstant, firm, steadfast
fastconstantly, firmly, steadfastly
fathefty, substantial, full-bodied
feastingjubilant, sumptuous, festive
featneatly, prettily, elegantly
feederservant; or: shepherd
feederservant, parasite, lackey
fee-farm[legal] state of tenure granted in perpetuity
fellowfellow-servant, colleague
fellowservant, attendant, hireling
fennelfragrant herb used as a sauce for fish
fertileabundant, profuse, rich
fierybrightly, conspicuously, brilliantly
fiftvariant spelling of ‘fifth’
figurefancy, imagining, phantasm
firmconstant, steadfast, resolute
flamingextravagant, high-flown, vividly elaborate
fleetingchangeable, inconstant, fickle
Florentiusknight in Gower's 'Confessio Amantis' who married an ugly woman in return for the answer to a riddle on which his life depended
flowingbountiful, abundant, copious
foilsetting, background which sets something off to advantage [as dull metal sets off a gem]
followact as a follower, be an attendant [on]
followersecond, attendant
follywantonness, lewdness
footfoot-soldiers, infantry
footboyboy attendant, page-boy, servant on foot [accompanying a rider]
footmanfoot-soldier, infantryman
forcelesseffortless, easy-going, nonchalant
forehandupper hand, superiority, advantage
forethinkanticipate, foresee, predict
franticmad, insane, frenzied, out of one's senses
friskinantic, friskiness, playful action
frothinsubstantial thing, empty moment
fruitfulabundant, overflowing, prolific
fruitfullyplentifully, amply, abundantly
fugitivevagabond, vagrant, beggar
fustianbombastic, ranting, blustering
gallantfine gentleman, man of fashion
gallantman-of-war, warship
gallantflag flown on the rear mast of a ship
gallantshowy, fancy, ostentatious
gallantfine, splendid, grand
gallantman-of-war, warship
gallantrygallants, nobility, gentry
gallant-springingfinely growing, developing well
gambolleap, caper, antic
Gargantualarge-mouthed voracious giant of N France, as described by Rabelais
gaudybright, brilliant, shining
gaze[of a deer] in an expectant stance, with intent look
geniusattendant spirit, guardian spirit
giantessshe-giant
giglotharlot, strumpet, wanton
givegrant, allow, bestow
goanticipate, forestall
gobe pregnant, be with child
Golias, Goliath[pron: go'liyas] in the Bible, Goliath; a giant, seen as a model of strength
goodrich, wealthy, substantial
goodinterest, advantage, benefit
goodnessbenefit, advantage, successful outcome
graciousgraceful, elegant, attractive
graffgrafted plant
graftinsert, implant, make grow
grantacknowledge, confess, affirm
grantsubmit, yield, assent
grantconsent, permission, approval
grantgranting, gift, reason for agreeing to a request
grantgranting of titles, conveyance of land
grantedacknowledged, admitted, recognized
graveimportant, dignified, serious
greatvaliant, noble, honourable
greatimportant, weighty, serious
greatpregnant, prolific
groomserving-man, servant, male attendant
grossexcessively large, coarsely luxuriant
grossdull, obtuse, ignorant
grossin large quantities, wholesale
grosslyopenly, blatantly, brazenly
grossnessflagrant nature, obviousness, enormity
ground[music] constant bass rhythm underneath a descant, foundation
groundadvantage, upper hand, edge
guardantguard, protector, keeper
guidonpennant, flag
Guy, Sirlegendary hero of Warwick, whose last great act was to kill the giant Colbrand
handsawheron [probably a variant of ‘heronshaw’, i.e. a young heron]
handsomenaturally graceful, artlessly elegant
handsomelybeautifully, elegantly, attractively
hardunpleasant, harsh, cruel
hardokevariety of weedy plant, possibly burdock
haughthaughty, arrogant, high and mighty
head[of deer] with antlers first developed
hebonapoisonous plant [identity not known, perhaps henbane]
heighthvariant spelling of ‘height’
Helenmother of Constantine the Great, 3rd-c; St Helena
hemlockvariety of poisonous plant
herbplant
highimportant, major, special
highlygreatly, crucially, in an important way
high-mindedarrogant, haughty, imperious
hindservant, domestic, worker
hindboor, fellow, rustic, peasant
hip[wrestling] at a disadvantage, in an unfavourable position
holdingleasehold, tenure, grant of occupation
hollowempty, wanting, insubstantial
hopeexpect, anticipate, envisage
hopefulhoped-for, anticipated
hourlycontinual, constant, regular
hourlyconstantly, hour by hour
housewife[pron: 'huzif] hussy, wanton, minx
hugegreat, important, of high rank
huswife[pron: 'husif] hussy, wanton, minx
idlefrivolous, capricious, wanton
idletrifling, unimportant, trivial
idle-headedignorant, foolish, superstitious
ignorant[those who are] unaware, unconscious
ignorantdull, unwitting, simple-minded
ignorantthat keeps one in ignorance
ill-seemingof ugly appearance, unpleasant to look at
ill-ta'en[ill-taken] unfounded, unwarranted, badly grounded
ill-wrestingtwisting the truth, turning to disadvantage
immediatelydirectly, instantly, without delay
immodestarrogant, insolent, shameless
immomentunimportant, trifling, of no consequence
impartbestow, give, grant
imperceiverant[unclear meaning] unperceptive, undiscerning
imperseverant[unclear meaning] stubborn, obstinate
impertinentirrelevant, beside the point
importanturgent, pressing, demanding, importunate
importantlywith matters of importance
importlesstrivial, unimportant, insignificant
improveemploy to advantage, make good use of
incessantlyinstantly, immediately, without delay
inchvery closely, instantly ready [to act]
incliningcompliant, sympathetic, submissive
inconsiderateunthinking person, ignorant being
inconvenienceharm, troublesome disadvantage
incorporalincorporeal, insubstantial, immaterial
increaseoffspring, descendants, procreation
indentbargain, covenant, make an agreement
indurate[Q variant] callous, hardened, obstinate
industrylaborious gallantry, assiduity in service to a lady
infantyoung plant [figurative use]
infiniteinfinity, infinite quantity, eternity
infiximplant, fasten onto
informationsource of knowledge, informant
ingrafteddeep-rooted, firmly implanted
inkhornpedantic, book-scribbling
insolentproud, haughty, arrogant
instantimmediately, instantly, at once
instantimmediately raisable, quickly mobilized
instantimmediate, direct
instantat the same time, simultaneously
instantimminent, impending, close at hand
instanturgent, pressing, imperative
instantthis very instant, as soon as possible
instantlyat once, simultaneously, in a moment
instrumentagent, servant, retainer
insubstantiallacking substance, imaginary, unreal
insultertriumphant boaster, scorner, exulter
intelligencermessenger, informant, bringer of news
intolerableexcessive, exorbitant, exceedingly great
intrenchantuncuttable, incapable of being gashed
irremovableimmovable, inflexible, adamant
issuechild(ren), offspring, family, descendant
JackJack o'lantern, trickster, practical joker
jar[unclear meaning] make tick; strike; make discordant
jargrate, sound discordantly
jealousvigilant, zealous, solicitous
Jeronimy, Saint[in TS Induction.i.7] a variant of Jerome, confused with Hieronimo from Thomas Kyd's The Spanish Tragedy
jolly[intensifier] very, extremely; or: arrogant, overbearing
kecksievariety of hollow-stalked plant
keepremain a servant
kindfriendly, agreeable, pleasant
knaveservant, menial, lackey
knightdevotee, servant, follower [male or female]
knight-errantadventurer; night-sinner
lakinvariant of 'lady' [Our Lady]
lanternlight-filled arena, brilliantly lit place
lanthornlantern
larderpantry, provision room
largelyabundantly, amply, greatly
lavisheffusive, unrestrained, exuberant
laycirculate with warrants for arrest
lee[in plural] dregs, remains, remnants
lees(plural) dregs, remains, remnants
lendgive, grant, bestow [on]
lentendismal, meagre, scanty
levelsteady, steadfast, constant
levelguess correctly, rightly anticipate
levitylicentiousness, wantonness, immorality
lewdignorant, foolish, ill-mannered
lieutenantryuse of subordinates, office of lieutenants
lightpromiscuous, licentious, immoral, wanton
light[Q variant] [of counterfeit coins] of less weight, worthless, cheap
lightnesslewdness, wantonness, licentiousness
Limbodomain on the border of hell believed to contain the souls of unbaptised infants and of just people born before Christ
linederived power, scope, warrant
liquorishpleasantly tasting, appetising
litheryielding, submissive, compliant
livelessspelling variant of ‘lifeless’
liverliving creature, inhabitant, being
lobbyante-room, corridor
long-ingraffedlong-implanted, long-engrafted, habitual
longlyfor a long time, constantly, persistently
lookexpect, hope for, anticipate
lookexpect, anticipate, hope, await the time
lostgroundless, idle, unwarranted
Lumbert StreetLombard Street, a trading street for merchants, near Monument, London
lunefrenzied fit, tantrum, mad outburst
lustypleasing, pleasant, agreeable
madwild, faithless, inconstant
madrigalsong, pleasant tune
magnanimiousof great spirit, nobly valiant
magnanimousvaliant, heroic, courageous
maidhandmaid, servant, attendant
maimedincomplete, deficient, wanting
mallowvariety of wild plant
manservant, attendant, lackey
mandragoramandrake plant [seen as a narcotic]
mandrakevariety of poisonous plant [thought to emit a lethal shriek when pulled from the ground]
mandrakevariety of poisonous plant [whose long forked root was thought to resemble a man's legs and private parts; thus, with aphrodisiac properties]
manlyheroically, bravely, gallantly
mantleloose sleeveless cloak
mantlesurface vegetable matter, covering
mantlecover, conceal, obscure
mantlecover with a coating, form a scum
mantledcovered, surfaced
marcantantmalapropism of Italian ‘mercatante’, merchant
markin an apologetic exclamation, after referring to something unpleasant
martialwarlike, valiant, brave
masquemasquerade, pageant, show
materialrelevant, pertinent, germane
matterrelevant, pertinent, apposite
meanin the meantime, meanwhile
meanof low rank, inferior in position, less important
meanunworthy, insignificant, unimportant
measureliberally, abundantly, lavishly
measureextent, size, amount, quantity, mass
measuredue proportion, appropriate degree, full quantity
medalminiature portrait, pendant, charm
membersharer, participant, partaker
merchantdealer, purveyor
merchantmerchant ship
merchantfellow, character, lad
merchant-marringcapable of damaging a merchant-ship
merry[of winds] favourable, helpful, advantageous
messsmall quantity, little bit
messengerpursuivant, officer
michertruant, absentee, malingerer
mightyinfluential, important, leading
minesource of supply, abundant store
minimustiniest of creatures, insignificant being
ministermessenger, agent, servant
minnow[variety of fish] insignificant object
Misanthroposman-hater
miscreantvillain, wretch, rascal
miscreantunbeliever, heretic
misproudwrongly proud, arrogant, high and mighty
mistrustsuspect the existence of, apprehend, anticipate
modicumlimited quantity, tiny amount
momentimmediately, instantly
monopolyexclusive trading right granted by the sovereign
monstrousunnatural, outlandish, aberrant
montant[fencing] upward thrust
moreadditional amount, extra quantity
mountantmounting, rising, always being lifted up
mountanto[directional thrust in fencing] fencer, duellist
mountebankitinerant quack, travelling drug-seller, charlatan
muchgreat, flagrant, brazen
murthervariant spelling of ‘murder’
mutedumb servant [as in a Turkish court]
mynheer[variant reading] [Dutch] gentleman
namerightful claimant, legitimate authority
neatposh, elegant, trim, refined
neatdainty, elegant, tasty
nicelustful, lecherous, lascivious, wanton
nicetrivial, unimportant, slight
niggardgrudging, reluctant, unwilling
ninefoldset of nine attendants
Niobe[pron: 'niyohbay] heroine of Thebes, daughter of Tantalus, whose sons and daughters were slain by Apollo and Diana; the gods then turned her into a rock, but her eyes continued to weep in the form of a spring
nip[as of pinching off the buds on a plant] cut short one's growth, check one's development
nose-herbscented plant, herb for smelling [as opposed to eating]
novumgame of dice in which throws of nine and five were significant
obsequiousdevoted, compliant, ready to please
observantingratiating attendant, obsequious servant
observingcompliant, deferential, obsequious
observinglyobservantly, perceptively, with proper observation
occasionneed, want, requirement
odd(in plural) superiority, advantage, edge
oddssuperiority, advantage, edge
odoriferousodorous, sweet-smelling, fragrant
offbeside the point, irrelevant
offenceopposition, hostility, antagonism
offence[Q variant] damage, injury, harm
office(plural) servants' quarters, service rooms
officecarry out the work for, act as servants to
officer(plural) household, servants
officerherald, pursuivant
oldplenty of, abundant, more than enough
operantactive, vital, potent, functioning
opposingopposite, antipodal
oppositeopposed, hostile, adverse, antagonistic [to]
ordinantprovidential, directing, in control
ordinateF alternative to 'ordinant'
orgulousproud, haughty, arrogant
orientlustrous, brilliant, bright
orientalbrilliant, glowing, radiant
outfacepresent a bold front, maintain a defiant image
outspeakfar exceed, more than warrant
overproudexcessively swollen, too luxuriant
overreachget the better of, has the advantage of
overweeningarrogant, overambitious, high and mighty
paddletoy [with], play wantonly [with], fondle
pageantshow, scene, spectacle, tableau
pageantimitate as if in a play, impersonate, parody
palmyflourishing, triumphant
palpable-grossobviously clumsy, plainly ignorant
pantaloonold man, dotard [i.e. one wearing pantaloons = breeches]
pantlerservant in charge of the bread, pantryman
pardpanther, leopard
partremnant, fragment, vestige
partylitigant, disputant, side
partyparticipant, accessory, supporter
passant[heraldry] walking, with three paws on the ground and one raised
past-proportionimmeasurableness, quantity beyond compare
pausinglywith pauses, hesitantly, haltingly
paysanpeasant
peasantbase, low, villainous
peasantservant, fellow, rascal
peasantcountry, rural, backwoods
peascodpea-plant, pea-pod
peckheap, quantity, measure [a quarter of a bushel]
pedantteacher, schoolmaster
pedanticalpedantic, exaggerated, artificial
pedasculelittle pedant
Pelops[pron: 'pelops] son of Tantalus, served to the gods at a banquet; Demeter ate his shoulder, which the gods replaced by one of ivory
peltingpaltry, petty, worthless, insignificant
pendantlong narrow flag, pennon, pennant
penn'orthamount, quantity, sum
pennyworthamount, quantity, sum
peoplehousehold, servants
perfumeperfumed mistress, fragrant woman
perishingdeadly, destructive, malignant
petitionaryimploring, suppliant, entreating
pettishpetulant, peevish, bad-humoured
pettysmall, weak, inadequate, insignificant
phantasimeone full of fancies, extravagantly behaved individual
phantasmaillusion, bad dream, nightmare
Philemon[pron: fiy'leemon] peasant who, with his wife Baucis, entertained Jupiter and Mercury when they visited the Earth to test people's hospitality
Philippibattle site in Thrace, Asia Minor, a victory for Mark Antony
pickthankflatterer, sycophant; tale-bearer, rumour-monger
piercingmoving, touching, poignant
pintrifle, triviality, insignificant amount
pismireant
plantfix in the ground, set up, place
plantset up, establish, introduce
plantfoot, sole of the foot
plantinstall, set up, put in place
plantagevegetation, plant-life
Plantagenet[pron: plan'tajinit] name of an English royal dynasty, which ruled from the accession of Henry II (1154) to the death of Richard III (1485); from Latin planta genista 'sprig of bloom', worn as a crest by Geoffrey, Count of Anjou, the father of Henry II, from whom the house is also called the Anjou or Angevin dynasty
plantainvariety of medicinal herb
plantationcolonization, colonial settlement
plantinginstalling, stationing, establishing
pleasantpleasurable, enjoyable, pleasing
pleasantmerry, festive, jolly
pleasantfacetious, joking, droll
pleasantlygratifyingly, satisfyingly
please-manyes-man, sycophant, toady
pleasureenjoyment, pleasant occasion, revelry
pledgeguarantor, surety
pliantsuitable, opportune, favourable
poise[Q variant] weight, importance, gravity
pomppageant, ceremony, procession
ponderousweighty, substantial, profound
populousnumerous, many, abundant
posterityfamily, line of descendants, succession
practisantconspirator, plotter, intriguer
preceptwrit, warrant, court order
predominanceascendancy, predominant influence, authority
predominant[astrology] in the ascendant, ruling
pregnantmeaningful, compelling, convincing
pregnantwell-disposed, ready, inclined, receptive
pregnantvery likely, extremely probable
pregnantobvious, clear, evident
pregnantwell-versed, knowledgeable
pregnantresourceful, wily
prerogativedprivileged, advantaged, favoured
presentimmediate, instant
presentlyimmediately, instantly, at once
pretenderclaimant, suitor, wooer
prettinesspleasantness, agreeableness
preventforestall, anticipate
preventanticipate, expect, look ahead to
Priapus[priy'aypus] Greek god of human and plant fertility
pridehaughty power, arrogant force
privilegeadvantage, superiority, edge
privilegebenefit, advantage, licence
prizeadvantage, privilege
procreantfor the purpose of procreation
procreantperson engaged in procreation, copulator
prodigalwastefully lavish, foolishly extravagant
prodigallavishly, extravagantly
profaneworldly-wise, irreverent, flippant
profoundweighty, important
projectanticipation, speculation, prospect
proudcourageous, valiant, brave
proudlyhaughtily, arrogantly, disdainfully
puisnyinferior, insignificant, petty
puissantpowerful, mighty, strong
purchasebeneficial result, benefit, advantage
pursuivantroyal messenger, state messenger [with power to execute warrants]
pursuivant-at-armsjunior officer attending a herald
purveyorsteward sent ahead to make preparations for the arrival of someone important
putbestow, grant, place officially
putdismiss, lay off, make redundant
quaintelaborately, elegantly, finely
quantityequal amount, same proportion
quantityfragment, little piece, tiny amount
quarrelousquarrelsome, argumentative, cantankerous
questantseeker, searcher, someone engaged in a quest
quickpregnant, with child
quirevariant spelling of ‘choir’
quirkextravagant turn of phrase, verbal flourish
racedescendants, children, posterity
ragingroving, wanton, riotous
railrant, rave, be abusive [about]
railerranter, reviler
rampingrampant, rearing up
rankgrowing in abundance, excessively luxuriant [often unattractively]
ranknumerous, frequent, abundant
rantingboisterous, jovial, noisily convivial
ratequantity, amount, instance
readyalert, vigilant, attentive
rebelrebellious, uncontrollable, recalcitrant
recanterone who retracts, party of withdrawal
recantingcausing an action to be retracted, resulting in withdrawal
reckonquantify, calculate, measure
recordsing, warble, chant
recreantcoward, faint-hearted individual
recreantdeserter, renegade, villain
recreantcowardly, faint-hearted, craven
recreantheretic, unbeliever, apostate
relativepertinent, relevant, substantial
reliquesantiquities, ancient ruins, old places
repugnantopposing, resisting, refusing
respitesave, prolong, grant
retrogradecontrary, opposed, repugnant
revoltedrunaway, truant, delinquent
revoltedfaithless, disloyal, inconstant
ribaudred[unclear meaning] foul, obscene, wanton
richlyabundantly, fully, amply
riggishlicentious, wanton, lascivious
riotdissipation, debauchery, wantonness
roguevagabond, vagrant, beggar
roundheavy, substantial
royal merchantmerchant prince
royaltyright granted by a monarch, royal prerogative
rudeignorant, unlearned, uneducated
ruin(plural) remains, remnants, residue
ruttishlustful, lascivious, wanton
rye-strawmade of straw from the rye plant
safeguardunder safe-conduct, with guarantee of safe passage
salvagevariant form of ‘savage’
sampire, samphirearomatic marine plant, used in pickles
saucyinsolent, impudent, presumptuous, defiant
scalebalance, quantity, amount
scantmore chary, not so lavish, more sparing
scantdeprive, deny, dispossess
scantgive out sparingly, curtail, withhold [from]
scantneglect, stint, withhold
scantlimit, restrict, constrain
scantscarcely, barely, hardly
scantedwithheld, stinted, limited
scantleQ alternative to 'cantle'
scantlingguideline, index, standard of measurement
scantlyscantily, grudgingly, half-heartedly
scullionmenial, lackey, domestic servant
scurvy-valiantsupremely worthless, heartily contemptible
secret-falsesecretly disloyal, covertly inconstant
sedgevariety of grassy plant, rush
self instantindividually present, self-contained
self-substantialusing substance from one's own body
sequentfollower, attendant
sergeantsheriff's officer, enforcer, arresting officer
sergeantofficer [in an army]
seriousformal, important, solemn
servantdevotee, one who gives dedicated service, lover
servantfollower, retainer, attendant
servantput in service, make submissive
servebe of use, render service, be an advantage [to]
servebe a servant, serve God
serviceemployment, situation as a servant
servingmanmale servant, male attendant
servitorservant
setenhance, show to advantage, display by contrast
setterinformant, insider, confederate
settleddeep-rooted, firmly implanted
sewersupervisor, chief servant, master of ceremonies
shadeshadow, phantom, spirit
shadeshadow, unreal image, unsubstantial semblance
shadowspirit, phantom, spectre, ghost
shortwanting, insufficient, inadequate
shrike[Q variant] alternative spelling of 'shriek'
shrivehear confession, grant absolution, forgive
shrow, shrowd, shrowdlyvariant spellings of ‘shrew’ (n.), ‘shrewd’ (adj.), ‘shrewdly’ (adv.)
Sibylpriestess inspired by Apollo, her prophecies being written on leaves; Apollo granted her as many years of life as she could hold grains of sand in her hand
Sicyon[pron: 'sision] town in S Greece, where Antony’s wife Fulvia stayed
significantsign, signal, indication
sillytrifling, trivial, scanty
simpleuninformed, ignorant, unintelligent
simularpretender, hypocrite, false claimant
singanticipate trouble, see storm-clouds brewing
sirgentleman, lord, gallant, master
sizequantify, measure [for size]
skill-less, skillessignorant, unaware, unacquainted [with]
skittishchangeable, fickle, inconstant
sky-plantedfrom a heavenly location, positioned in the skies
slavehireling, lackey, menial, servant
slenderslight, trifling, insignificant
slightworthless, insignificant, good-for-nothing
slightlight, insubstantial, lacking solidity
slowreluctant, unwilling, slowly given
smacktaste, quantity, mouthful
smoothpleasant, welcome, gratifying
softsociable, pleasing, pleasant
soothflattery, sycophant, sweet-talk
sootherflatterer, sycophant, adulator
South SeaSouth Seas, seen as a distant and unknown location
spellingincantatory, which work spells
sportfulplayful, frolicsome, wanton
sportiveamorous, wanton, sexual
spruceover-elegant, smart
squareabnormal, disordered, deviant
squiregentleman below a knight in rank, attendant on a knight or nobleman
squire[contemptuous] servant, follower, attendant
squireyoung lover, beau, gallant
squire-likelike an attendant, submissively
stableconstant, immutable, firm
stablishvariant of 'establish'
staleancient, long-standing, antiquated
staleprostitute, wanton, harlot
standmake advantageous, profit from, make the most of
standingstagnant, not flowing
startadvantage, edge, upper hand
starvedmeagre, insubstantial, wanting
steadadvantage, help, benefit
stillconstantly, always, continually
stillconstant, continual, perpetual
still-discordantalways disagreeing, perpetually quarrelling
stople[Q variant] stop up, close up, plug
storeabundance, plenty, surplus, quantity
stoutbrave, valiant, resolute
stoutproud, haughty, arrogant
stragglervagabond, wanderer, roving vagrant
strainedunnatural, excessive, exorbitant
StrandLondon street of fashionable merchants; also, of apprentices
strangealoof, distant, reserved
strangereluctant, unwilling, hesitant
strangelylike a stranger, distantly, in an unfriendly manner
straystragglers, remnants
streamerbanner, pennant, standard
strongflagrant, barefaced; or: resolute, determined
strong[Q variant] flagrant, barefaced; or: resolute, determined
stubbornresistant, hostile, antagonistic
sturdydisobedient, defiant, uncompromising
style[Q variant] title, name
substantialeffective, thorough, forceful
substantialreal, of substance, not imaginary
successantlyin succession, one after another
suckeddrained, empty, wanting
suitorpetitioner, supplicant, entreater
sullen[Q variant of 'sorry'] gloomy, dismal, melancholy, mournful
summerjoyful, pleasant, happy
superfluousextravagant, wasteful, immoderate
supplantget rid of, root out
suppliantready to supply, making up the deficiency
supplyantready to supply, making up the deficiency
suranceassurance, guarantee, pledge
suretyperson undertaking a legal responsibility in relation to another, guarantor
suretygo bail for, act as a guarantor for
suretyguarantee, ratification, warrant
surety-likelike a guarantor, proxy-like
surlyimperious, haughty, arrogant
swathswathing in infant clothes, swaddling-clothes
sweetdelightful time, pleasant part
sweetperfumed, scented, fragrant
sweetsweet-scented flower, fragrant plant
sweetwanton, lecherous; or: with a sweet tooth
swellingswollen [with pride], arrogant
swolnvariant spelling of ‘swollen’
swoondvariant spelling of ‘swoon’ or ‘swound’
swownvariant spelling of ‘swoon’
tableintimate, confidante
takebehave, act; or: rage, rant
talentvariant form of ‘talon’
tallbrave, valiant, bold
tantaso great is the integrity of our purpose towards you, most noble Queen
tantaeneis there so much anger in heavenly minds?
Tantalusking of Sipylos in Lydia, punished in the Underworld for his crimes; he sits in a pool which recedes when he bends to drink, and the grapes over his head elude his grasp
tardydull, slow-witted, reluctant
tarryawait, expect, anticipate
teembe made pregnant, conceive
teemingpregnant, prolific, overfull
Tenantius[pron: te'nantius] British king, father of Cymbeline
tendrelate, refer, be relevant
tendergrant, consent to
tenementland held by a tenant, landholding
termagantsavage, violent, turbulent
Termagantnoisy and overbearing character in mystery plays
testimonywarrant, acknowledgement, assurance
thinkexpect, anticipate, look
thoughtexpectation, estimate, anticipation
thoughtin a moment, instantly, straight away
thrice-puissantmost [three times] powerful, most mighty
thriftprofit, advantage, gain
tire-valiantfine head-dress
titlerperson asserting a right, claimant
topgallantsummit, top platform
towarddocile, compliant, obliging
toyfancy, fantastic thought
toyflimsy being, insubstantial thing
tractablecompliant, manageable, governable
tradertrading ship, merchant vessel
traffickertrading ship, merchant vessel
trenchantsharp, cutting, keen-edged
trencher-knighthero of the dinner-table, valiant eater
tricebrief period, moment, instant
triflemake trivial, render insignificant
triflesmall token, insignificant sign
triumphpublic festivity, pageant, display of celebration, tournament
triumphanttriumphal, glorious, celebrating a great victory
triumphantlyas in a festive pageant, with great celebration
trivialslight, poor, insubstantial
TroyantTrojan
truantnegligent student, remiss practitioner, absentee
truantplay truant, be unfaithful
truantrogue, knave, rascal
trueconstant, faithful in love
trulyfaithfully, loyally, constantly
Typhongiant, half man half animal, who fought against the Olympian gods
tyrantpitiless ruffian, cruel villain
tyrantusurper
tyrantcruel, violent, rapacious
unbookishignorant, ill-educated, unlearned
unbuildpull down, demolish, dismantle
unconfirmedinexperienced, uninstructed, ignorant
unconstantchangeable, fickle, unpredictable
uncurrentexceptional, aberrant, out of the ordinary
undertakeensure, guarantee, vouch for
ungenerative[variant reading] lacking the power of generation, impotent
unhopedunexpected, unforeseen, unanticipated
unintelligentoblivious, unaware, ignorant
unkindunnatural, abnormal, aberrant
unlookedunexpected, unanticipated, unforeseen
unlooked-forunexpected, unanticipated, unforeseen
unnaturalabnormal, monstrous, aberrant
unordinate[Q variant] inordinate, excessive, intemperate
unowedunowned, vacant
unpeopleddevoid of people, lacking retinue, without servants
unpregnantunready, uninclined, unreceptive
unpregnant ofunresponsive to, unmoved by
unremovableimmovable, firm, constant
unreputedinsignificant, inconspicuous, insubstantial
unskilfulundiscerning, ignorant, uneducated
unskilfullyignorantly, foolishly, in an uninformed way
unsubstantiallacking in material substance, intangible
unvaluedunimportant, of no position, insignificant
unyokedunbridled, unrestrained, rampant
usedo what you want, do your own thing
useopportunity, benefit, advantage
usurpsupplant, oust, impersonate
vacantlacking, devoid, deficient
vagramWelsh pronunciation of ‘fragrant’ or: malapropism for ‘vagrant
vagromvagrant, vagabond [malapropism of ‘vagrant’]
vail[textiles: remnant of cloth, leftover of material] tip, gratuity, perk
vaingloryundue vanity, unwarranted pride
valiantworthy, fine, hearty
vaneweathervane; inconstant person
vantvan, front line
vantageright moment, suitable opportunity
vantagein addition, as well, besides
vantagebenefit, aid, help
vantageadvantage, benefit, advancement, profit
vantageadvantageous position, place of vantage, superiority
vantagehelpful position, beneficial location
vantbracearmour to protect the fore-arm
varletmanservant, page, attendant
vassalservant, slave, subject
vegetiveplant, vegetable
venomousembittered, rancorous, malignant
verifyconfirm, substantiate, prove correct
villainserf, servant, bondsman
virtuousarising from virtuous practice, justifiable, well-warranted
voiding lobbyantechamber, waiting-room
volublechangeable, inconstant, mutable
vouchguarantee, assure, warrant
vouchwarrant, guarantee, formal confirmation
vouchedguaranteed, attested, certified
voucher[legal] warrantor of someone's right to property
vouchsafeallow, permit, grant
vouchsafedwell-bestowed, kindly granted
wantlack, need, be without
wantlack, shortage, dearth
wantabsence, non-appearance, non-attendance
wantneed, requirement, necessity
wantmiss, feel the loss of
wantrequire, demand, need
wantfall short [of], be deficient [in]
wantingneeds, wants
wantonunrestrained, undisciplined, boisterous, uncontrolled
wantonlasciviously, lewdly
wantonspoilt child, pampered baby, weakling
wantoncarefree, light-hearted, frolicsome, playful
wanton[jocularly] naughty, wicked, mischievous
wantonfeminine; or: child-like
wantonlascivious, lewd, obscene
wantonlibertine, seducer
wantonyoung rogue, scamp, rascal
wantondally, trifle, sport
wantonwilful creature, obstinate individual
wantonluxuriant, flourishing, lush, profuse in growth
wantoncruelly irresponsible, badly behaved
wantonplay, sport, frolic
wantonsexually hot, passionate, sportive
wantonmistress, paramour, lover
wantonharlot, whore
wantonequivocal, ambiguous, uncontrollable
wantongay, lively, cheerful
wantonmerciless, cruel, pitiless
wantoncasual, gentle
wantonlyplayfully, frolicsomely, unrestrainedly
wantonnessfoolish behaviour, caprice, whims
wantonnesslibertine, seducer, womanizer
wantonnesslust, lasciviousness, promiscuity
want-witsenseless, stupid, ridiculous
warn[unclear meaing] warrant, protect, preserve
warrantallowed, warranted, justifiable
warrantassure, promise, guarantee, confirm
warrantprotect, preserve, keep safe
warrantauthorize, sanction, license
warrantassurance, pledge, guarantee
warrantlicence, sanction, authorization
warranttell, assure, give good grounds to
warrantact as a pledge for, give an assurance about
warrantillegal, unlawful, banned
warranttoken, sign, evidence, proof
warrantjustify, defend, stand up for
warrantedjustified, legitimate, rightful
warrantise, warrantizeauthorization, surety, guarantee
warrantyauthorization, permission, sanction
waste[legal] damage to property by a tenant
watchfulwakeful, unsleeping, vigilant
waveringinconstant, fickle, capricious
waypregnant, with child
waywardhostile, contrary, antagonistic
weakof little worth, wanting, deficient
wealsmanpublic servant, one devoted to the well-being of the state
well-warrantedhighly approved, most justified
well-weighingheavy, weighty, significant
whifflerarmed processional attendant
whilemeanwhile, in the meantime
whilesmeantime, meanwhile
whilst, thein the meantime, meanwhile
wholesomegood, beneficial, advantageous
widedistant, removed, moving astray [from]
wildwanton, flighty, frivolous
wilful-oppositestubbornly hostile, at fault for being too antagonistic
willdesire, wish, want
wingain advantage [over], get the better [of]
winkgive someone a significant glance, invite with a look
winter-ground[of plants] cover so as to protect from winter harshness
winterlyharsh, cheerless, unpleasant
witfaculties of the mind (common wit, imagination, fantasy, estimation, memory) or body (the five senses)
witchbewitch, charm, enchant
witchenchanter, magician, wizard
wittolcompliant cuckold, man who accepts his wife's infidelity
worldlingcitizen of the world, world's inhabitant
wormwoodabsinthe plant, known for its bitter taste
worthydeserved, justified, warranted
wranglerquarreller, arguer; also: opponent, disputant
wrastlevariant form of ‘wrestle’
writwritten authority, formal order, warrant
Xanthippe[pron: zan'tipay] wife of Socrates, 5th-c BC
yawn[Q2 variant of 'aim'] open wide, gape
yea-forsoothalways agreeing, fawning, sycophantic
yieldconcede, acknowledge, grant
yieldgive, grant, return
yokehorn, antler
zanystooge, clown's assistant, mimic
Zenelophon[pron: ze'nelofon] beggar-girl of a romantic ballad, loved by an African king
zirdialect variant of ‘sir’

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aberrantunnatural
aberrantdisnatured
aberrantunkind
aberrantmonstrous
aberrantuncurrent
absinthe plantwormwood
absolution, grantshrive
abundantfruitful
abundantrank
abundantfertile
abundantpopulous
abundantflowing
abundantold
abundant storemine
abundantlyfruitfully
abundantlyrichly
abundantlymeasure
abundantlylargely
accordantcoherent
adamantirremovable
advantageodds
advantageodd
advantageeffect
advantageground
advantagebehoof
advantagepurchase
advantagegood
advantagevantage
advantagestart
advantagebehalf
advantageaddition
advantagecommodity
advantageconveniency
advantageavail
advantageprivilege
advantageprivilege
advantageforehand
advantagebehove
advantagethrift
advantageuse
advantageprize
advantageboot
advantagebenefit
advantageconvenience
advantageeminence
advantagestead
advantagegoodness
advantage, be anavail
advantage, be anserve
advantage, employ toimprove
advantage, gainwin
advantage, give anaccommodate
advantage, have thebetter
advantage, have thecarry it (away)
advantage, have theoverreach
advantage, providingadvantageous
advantage, set off to commend
advantage, show toset
advantage, takebear
advantagedprerogatived
advantageousmerry
advantageouswholesome
advantageousadvantageable
advantageous positionvantage
advantageous positionadvantage
advantageous, makestand
advantages, receivingadvantage
amount, insignificantpin
anointed with fragrant oilbalm
antbank
antpismire
antemmet
antagonismcontrariety
antagonismoffence
antagonism, sharedcontestation
antagonisticadverse
antagonisticopposite
antagonisticstubborn
antagonisticcontending
antagonisticwayward
antagonistic, toowilful-opposite
antechambervoiding lobby
ante-roomlobby
anticfriskin
anticgambol
antic manner, in ananticly, antiquely
anticipatetarry
anticipatethink
anticipatego
anticipatehope
anticipatemistrust
anticipateprevent
anticipatelook
anticipateawait
anticipateprevent
anticipatelook
anticipateforethink
anticipate in feardread
anticipate rightlylevel
anticipate troublesing
anticipatedhopeful
anticipationexpectation
anticipationthought
anticipationproject
anticipationexpect
anticipation, watchfulexpectance
antipathydislike
antipodalopposing
antiquatedantic, antick(e), antique
antiquatedstale
antiquitiesreliques
antleryoke
antlers first developed, with head
armed processional attendantwhiffler
aromatic plantsampire, samphire
aromatic plantherb
aromatic plantsweet
aromatic plantrosemary
aromatic plantfennel
aromatic, plantrue
arrest, circulate with warrants forlay
arroganthigh-minded
arrogantimmodest
arrogantjolly
arrogantbig
arrogantbroad
arrogantoverweening
arrogantswelling
arrogantinsolent
arrogantstout
arrogantsurly
arrogantmisproud
arrogantorgulous
arrogantcontumelious
arroganthaught
arrogant forcepride
arrogantlycontumeliously
arrogantlyproudly
artlessly eleganthandsome
ascendant, in the [astrology]predominant
aslantaskant, askaunt
assistantadjunct
assistantaccessary
assistantclerk
assistant to Roman tribunesaedile
assistant, clown'szany
attendantfellow
attendantconsorted
attendantsequent
attendantdependant
attendantservant
attendantsquire
attendantmaid
attendantvarlet
attendantman
attendantconduct
attendantfollower
attendant [upon]adjunct
attendant on a knightsquire
attendant on a knightesquire
attendant spiritangel
attendant spiritfamiliar
attendant spiritgenius
attendant, armed processionalwhiffler
attendant, be anfollow
attendant, boyfootboy
attendant, ingratiatingobservant
attendant, like ansquire-like
attendant, malegroom
attendant, maleservingman
attendant, spiritualchaplain
attendants, set of nine ninefold
attentive servantdiligence
bedchamber attendantchamberlain
being, insignificantminimus
blatantlygrossly
blatantlyapparently
boaster, triumphantinsulter
boy attendantfootboy
bread, servant in charge of thepantler
brilliantoriental
brilliantgaudy
brilliantorient
brilliantlyfiery
brilliantly lit placelantern
cantankerousquarrelous
capable of damaging a merchant-shipmerchant-marring
chantcharm
chantrecord
chief servantsewer
circulate with warrants for arrestlay
claimantpretender
claimanttitler
claimantchallenger
claimant, falsesimular
clothes, quantity of soiledbuck
clown's assistantzany
coarsely luxuriantgross
compare, quantity beyondpast-proportion
compliantconformable
compliantlither
compliantcoming-on
compliantobserving
compliantapt
complianttoward
compliantcorrespondent
compliantobsequious
compliantcommodious
compliantinclining
complianttractable
compliant cuckoldwittol
confidantetable
constantunremovable
constantfirm
constanttrue
constantstill
constantfast
constantlevel
constanthourly
constantstable
constantlystill
constantlytruly
constantlyevermore
constantlyhourly
constantlylongly
constantlyever
constantlyfast
constantly occupiedbusy
courtyard, lower/servants'base-court
covenantcompact
covenantindent
covenantcondition
covering, winter [for plants]winter-ground
covertly inconstantsecret-false
damage to property by a tenantwaste
defiantsaucy
defiantbrave
defiantsturdy
defiantbraving
defiant characterbravery
defiant image, maintain aoutface
demand, exorbitantexaction
dependantdepender
dependantcreature
dependant, be adepend
dependants, body ofdependency
descendantsincrease
descendantsissue
descendantsrace
deviantdiverted
deviantsquare
disadvantage, at ahip
disadvantage, troublesomeinconvenience
disadvantage, turning to ill-wresting
disadvantageouslycrossly
discordantfalse
discordant, makejar
discordantly, soundjar
discovery of what is distantdescry
discrepantdisproportioned
dismantleunbuild
disputantwrangler
disputantparty
distantcoy
distantstrange
distantcold-moving
distantwide
distant locationSouth Sea
distant, discovery of what isdescry
distant, morefar
distantlystrangely
domestic servantscullion
dumb servantmute
eater, valianttrencher-knight
elegantgracious
elegantneat
elegantcourtlike
elegantneat
elegantfair
elegantlyhandsomely
elegantlyfairly
elegantlyfeat
elegantlyquaint
elegantlyfair
employ to advantageimprove
enchantwitch
enchantcharm
enchantedcharmed
enchantercharmer
enchanterwitch
enchantingcharmed
enchantinglycharmingly
enchantmentcharm
enchantmentart
enchantresscharmer
enchantressfairy
enchantresscharm
enchantressCirce
excessively luxuriantrank
exorbitantstrained
exorbitantintolerable
exorbitant demandexaction
expectant stance, in an [of a deer]gaze
expectant stateexpectance
extra quantitymore
extravagantsuperfluous
extravagantflaming
extravagantfantastic
extravagantfanatical
extravagant turn of phrasequirk
extravagant, foolishlyprodigal
extravagantlyprodigal
extravagantly behaved individualphantasime
exuberantlavish
eye, giant with oneCyclops
false claimantsimular
fantasies, createcoin
fantasizecoin
fantasticantic, antick(e), antique
fantastic spectacleantic, antick(e), antique
fantastic thoughttoy
fault for being too antagonisticwilful-opposite
fear, anticipate indread
fellow-servantfellow
festive pageanttriumphantly
fighting, valiant indoughty-handed
flagrantegregious
flagrantstrong
flagrantmuch
flagrant naturegrossness
flagrantlyapparently
flamboyantfanatical
flippantprofane
foolishly extravagantprodigal
force, arrogantpride
fragrantdistilled
fragrantodoriferous
fragrantbalmy
fragrantsweet
fragrant womanperfume
franticbedlam
franticbrainsick, brain-sick
freedom, guarantee ofbail
gain advantagewin
gallantsir
gallantcabilero
gallantcavaliero
gallantsquire
gallantcavaleiro
gallantlymanly
gallantry, laboriousindustry
gallantsgallantry
gesture, make a significantbeckon
gesture, significantbeckoning
giantAtlas
giantGolias, Goliath
giantGargantua
giantTyphon
giantColbrand
giantBevis
giantEnceladus
glance, give a significantwink
grafted plantgraff
grantyield
grantadmit
grantimpart
grantvouchsafe
grantyield
grantbestow
grantbeteem, beteene
grantdeal
grantafford
granttender
grantappoint
grantallow
grantrespite
grantgive
grantadjudge
grantput
grantlend
grant as a possibilityentertain
grant of occupationholding
grantedallowed
granted, kindlyvouchsafed
grantinggrant
granting of titlesgrant
grub that destroys plantscanker
guaranteewarrant
guaranteeassure
guaranteevouch
guaranteeassure
guaranteesurety
guaranteeundertake
guaranteeassurance
guaranteevouch
guaranteesurance
guaranteeavouch
guaranteewarrant
guaranteewarrantise, warrantize
guaranteeearnest
guarantee of freedombail
guarantee of safe passagesafeguard
guarantee, give aengage
guaranteedvouched
guarantorsurety
guarantorpledge
guarantor, act as asurety
guarantor, like asurety-like
hair, elegantly curledcurled
head of a plantcyme
herb, fragrantbalm
hesitantstrange
hesitantdistrustful
hesitantlypausingly
ignorantunskilful
ignorantsimple
ignorantskill-less, skilless
ignorantgross
ignorantunbookish
ignorantidle-headed
ignorantlewd
ignorantrude
ignorantunintelligent
ignorantunconfirmed
ignorant beinginconsiderate
ignorant, plainlypalpable-gross
ignorantlyunskilfully
image, maintain a defiantoutface
implantgraft
implantinfix
implanted, firmlyingrafted
implanted, firmlysettled
importantserious
importantprofound
importantgreat
importantdear
importantgrave
importantdeep
importantmighty
importanthigh
importanthuge
important matterbusiness
important way, in anhighly
important, beconcern
important, lessmean
incantationconjuring
incantationconjuration
incantationcharm
incantatoryspelling
inconstantvoluble
inconstantskittish
inconstantfalse
inconstantmad
inconstantfleeting
inconstantwavering
inconstantchanging
inconstantrevolted
inconstant personvane
inconstant, covertlysecret-false
inconstantlyfalse a
infant clothes, swathing in swath
infantryfoot
infantry, by way ofafoot
infantrymanfootman
influence, predominantpredominance
informantauthor
informantinformation
informantintelligencer
informantsetter
ingratiating attendantobservant
inhabitantburgher
inhabitantconfiner
inhabitantliver
inhabitant, localbirth-child
insignificantunvalued
insignificantpuisny
insignificantslender
insignificantunreputed
insignificantmean
insignificantpetty
insignificantimportless
insignificantpelting
insignificanteightpenny
insignificantbauble
insignificanteasy
insignificantslight
insignificant amountpin
insignificant beingminimus
insignificant objectminnow
insignificant signtrifle
insignificant, rendertrifle
instantpresent
instanttrice
instant, this veryinstant
instantiatedexampled
instantlythought
instantlyincessantly
instantlyinstant
instantlyimmediately
instantlymoment
instantlypresently
insubstantialslight
insubstantialincorporal
insubstantialunreputed
insubstantialtrivial
insubstantialhollow
insubstantialstarved
insubstantial thingtoy
insubstantial thingfroth
irrelevantimpertinent
irrelevantoff
itinerant quackmountebank
Jack o'lanternJack
jubilantfeasting
kindly grantedvouchsafed
kiss wantonlybuss
knight, attendant on asquire
knight, attendant on aesquire
land held by a tenanttenement
lanternlanthorn
large quantities, ingross
lieutenants, office oflieutenantry
limited quantitymodicum
litigantparty
little pedantpedascule
local inhabitantbirth-child
long-implantedlong-ingraffed
look, unpleasantill-seeming
luxuriantwanton
luxuriant, coarselygross
luxuriant, excessivelyrank
luxuriant, toooverproud
maintain a defiant imageoutface
male attendantgroom
male attendant/servantservingman
malignantvenomous
malignantcrooked
malignantbaleful
malignantcankered
malignantperishing
malignantdark
malignant spiritfairy
malignant, growcanker
mandrake plantmandragora
manservantvarlet
marine plantsampire, samphire
matter, importantbusiness
meantimebetween
meantimewhiles
meantime, in themean
meantime, in thewhile
meantime, in thewhilst, the
merchantchapman
merchant princeroyal merchant
merchant shiptrafficker
merchant shipmerchant
merchant shipargosy
merchant shipcarrack, carack
merchant shiptrader
merchantsLumbert Street
merchant-ship, capable of damagingmerchant-marring
monarch, right granted by aroyalty
nine attendants, set ofninefold
nobleman, attendant on asquire
nobly valiantmagnanimious
nonchalantforceless
obsequious servantobservant
observantlyobservingly
occasion, pleasantpleasure
occupation, grant ofholding
occupied, constantlybusy
office of lieutenantslieutenantry
outgrowth [as of a plant]shoot
over-elegantspruce
pageanttriumph
pageantpomp
pageantmasque
pageant, festivetriumphantly
pageantrycircumstance
pantherpard
panthercat o'mountain
pantrylarder
pantrymanpantler
participantmember
participantparty
pass pleasantlybeguile
pea-plantpeascod
peasantboor
peasantcarl, carle
peasantcarlot
peasantchurl
peasantPhilemon
peasanthind
peasantbacon-fed
peasantpaysan
pedant, littlepedascule
pedanticpedantical
pedanticinkhorn
pendantmedal
pennantstreamer
pennantpendant
pennantguidon
petulantpettish
phantasmfigure
phantomshade
phantomshadow
philanthropybestowing
phrase, extravagant turn ofquirk
place of vantagevantage
place of vantageadvantage
place, brilliantly litlantern
plainly ignorantpalpable-gross
plantnose-herb
plantgillyvor
plantflag
plantDian's bud
plantcrowflower
planteglantine
plantfurze
plantlong purple
plantwormwood
plantfumiter
plantmallow
plantblossoms
plantbladed
plantpotato
plantcarduus benedictus
plantsenna
plantgoss
plantkecksie
plantleaf
plantnip
planthoney-stalk
plantdead men's fingers
plantbroom-grove
plantcuckoo-bud
plantcanker-blossom
plantvegetive
plantherb
plantcanker
plant, aromaticbalm
plant, aromaticsampire, samphire
plant, aromaticherb
plant, aromaticsweet
plant, aromaticrosemary
plant, aromaticrue
plant, aromaticfennel
plant, attacked by grubcanker
plant, graftedgraff
plant, grassysedge
plant, mandrakemandragora
plant, poisonoushemlock
plant, poisonousdrug
plant, poisonoushebona
plant, poisonousaconitum
plant, poisonousmandrake
plant, variety of weedyhardoke
plant, younginfant
plant-lifeplantage
plants, grub that destroyscanker
plant-topcyme
play truanttruant
play wantonlypaddle
pleasantsummer
pleasantdelicate
pleasantsoft
pleasantdulcet
pleasantkind
pleasantsmooth
pleasantlusty
pleasant occasionpleasure
pleasant partsweet
pleasant receptionentertainment
pleasant tunemadrigal
pleasantly tastingliquorish
pleasantly, passbeguile
pleasantnessprettiness
pliantcheverel
poignantpiercing
poignantcondoling
poisonous planthemlock
poisonous plantdrug
poisonous planthebona
poisonous plantaconitum
poisonous plant mandrake
portmanteaucloak-bag
position, advantageousvantage
position, advantageousadvantage
possibility, grant as aentertain
predominant influencepredominance
pregnantbig
pregnantgreat
pregnantquick
pregnantteeming
pregnantway
pregnant, bego
pregnant, be madeteem
pride, unwarrantedvainglory
proclaim resonantlybass, base
property damaged by a tenantwaste
property, warrantor of a right to voucher
protuberantembossed
public servantwealsman
pursuivantofficer
pursuivantmessenger
quack, itinerantmountebank
quantifyreckon
quantifysize
quantities, in largegross
quantityrate
quantitypeck
quantitymeasure
quantitystore
quantitydeal
quantitysmack
quantitycommodity
quantitypennyworth
quantityscale
quantity beyond comparepast-proportion
quantity, extramore
quantity, fullmeasure
quantity, lessen indisquantity
quantity, limitedmodicum
quantity, smalldram
quantity, smallmess
quarters, servants'office
radiantoriental
rampantramping
rampantunyoked
rantrail
ranttake
ranterrailer
rantingfustian
ready, instantlyinch
recalcitrantrebel
receiving advantagesadvantage
reception, pleasantentertainment
redundant, makeput
relevantmaterial
relevantrelative
relevantappertaining
relevantmatter
relevant, betend
relevant, beadhere
reluctantslow
reluctantstrange
reluctantniggard
reluctanttardy
remain a servantkeep
remnantpart
remnantsruin
remnantsstray
remnantslees
repugnantretrograde
resistantstubborn
resistant to sicknessague-proof
resonantly proclaimbass, base
rhythm, constant bassground
right granted by a monarchroyalty
right to property, warrantor of avoucher
rightful claimantname
rightly anticipatelevel
roving vagrantstraggler
rush [plant]flag
rush [plant]sedge
rye plantrye-straw
scantilyscantly
scantylenten
scantysilly
scented plantnose-herb
seize by warrantattach
semblance, unsubstantialshade
servantfellow
servantminister
servantfeeder
servantdependant
servantsquire
servantgroom
servantinstrument
servantdomestic
servantmaid
servanthind
servantknight
servantfeeder
servantboy
servantman
servantpeasant
servantservitor
servantvillain
servantvassal
servantslave
servantknave
servantcreature
servant in charge of the breadpantler
servant in charge of the wine cellarbutler
servant on footfootboy
servant, attentivediligence
servant, be aserve
servant, chiefsewer
servant, domesticscullion
servant, dumbmute
servant, maleservingman
servant, obsequiousobservant
servant, publicwealsman
servant, remain akeep
servant, situation as aservice
servantspeople
servantsofficer
servants' courtyardbase-court
servants' quartersoffice
servants, act asoffice
servants, withoutunpeopled
set of nine attendantsninefold
set off to advantagecommend
shared antagonismcontestation
she-giantgiantess
show to advantageset
sickness, resistant toague-proof
sign, insignificanttrifle
significantwell-weighing
significantdear
significantegregious
significant gesturebeckoning
significant glance, give awink
slantingbevel
small quantitydram
small quantitymess
soiled clothes, quantity ofbuck
sound discordantlyjar
spectacle, fantasticantic, antick(e), antique
spirit, attendantangel
spirit, attendantfamiliar
spirit, attendantgenius
spirit, malignantfairy
spiritual attendantchaplain
stagnantstanding
state of tenure granted in perpetuity [legal]fee-farm
state, expectantexpectance
stimulantcordial
store, abundantmine
straw from the rye plantrye-straw
substantialrelative
substantialponderous
substantialfat
substantialround
substantialgood
substantiateapprove
substantiateverify
substantiationarming
supplantusurp
supplantchange
suppliantpetitionary
supplicantcraver
supplicantsuitor
swathing in infant clothesswath
sycophantsoother
sycophantpickthank
sycophantplease-man
sycophantsooth
sycophanticyea-forsooth
sycophanticcap-and-knee
tantrumlune
tasting pleasantlyliquorish
tenant damage to propertywaste
tenant, land held by atenement
tenure granted in perpetuity, state of fee-farm
thought, fantastictoy
titles, granting ofgrant
transplantdisplant
triumphantpalmy
triumphant boasterinsulter
trouble, anticipatesing
troublesome disadvantageinconvenience
truantrevolted
truantmicher
truant, playtruant
tune, pleasantmadrigal
turning to disadvantageill-wresting
unanticipatedunhoped
unanticipatedunlooked
unanticipatedunlooked-for
unimportantidle
unimportantunvalued
unimportantmean
unimportantimportless
unimportantnice
unimportantimmoment
unpleasantwinterly
unpleasantcrabbed
unpleasanthard
unpleasant to look atill-seeming
unsubstantialbaseless
unsubstantial semblanceshade
unwarrantedill-ta'en
unwarrantedlost
unwarranted pridevainglory
vacantcontemplative
vacantunowed
vagrantfugitive
vagrantrogue
vagrantextravagant
vagrant, rovingstraggler
valiantmagnanimous
valiantstout
valianttall
valiantmartial
valiantcavaliero
valiantproud
valiantgreat
valiant eatertrencher-knight
valiant in fightingdoughty-handed
valiant, noblymagnanimious
vantage, place ofvantage
vantage, place ofadvantage
vigilantready
vigilantwatchful
vigilantjealous
wantcare
wantwill
wantoccasion
wantwanting
wantdefault
wantingmaimed
wantingshort
wantingweak
wantinghollow
wantingsucked
wantingstarved
wantonsportive
wantonlight
wantonstale
wantonriggish
wantonribaudred
wantonnice
wantonraging
wantonwild
wantonruttish
wantonidle
wantonsweet
wantoncolt
wantonsportful
wantongiglot
wantonhousewife
wantonly kissbuss
wantonly playpaddle
wantonnessfolly
wantonnessriot
wantonnesslevity
wantonnesslightness
warrantprecept
warrantavouch
warrantdesert, desart
warrantline
warrantvouch
warrantsurety
warrantwarn
warrantcommission
warranttestimony
warrantvouch
warrantwrit
warrant, more thanoutspeak
warrant, seize byattach
warrantedwarrant
warrantedworthy
warrantor of a right to propertyvoucher
warrants for arrest, circulate withlay
watchful anticipationexpectance
well-warrantedvirtuous
wine cellar, servant in charge of the butler
winter covering [for plants]winter-ground
woman, fragrantperfume
young plantinfant

Words Families

 20 result(s).
Word FamilyWord Family GroupWords
ANTBASICant n
ANTHEMBASICanthem n
ANTHROPOPHAGIBASICanthropophagi n, anthropophaginian n
ANTIC [age]BASICsee ANTIQUE
ANTIC [character]BASICantic n, antick n, antick v, anticly adv
ANTICIPATEBASICanticipate v, anticipation n
ANTIDOTEBASICantidote n
ANTIPATHYBASICantipathy n
ANTIPODESBASICAntipodes n
ANTIQUEBASICantic adj, antick adj, antiquary n, antique adj, antiquity n
ANTREBASICantre n
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