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CoriolanusCor IV.v.111My grained ash an hundred times hath brokeMy grained Ash an hundred times hath broke,
King Edward IIIE3 I.ii.30Nor hang their staves of grained Scottish ashNor hang their staues of grayned Scottish ash,
The Merchant of VeniceMV II.v.26on Ash Wednesday was four year in th' afternoon.on ashwensday was foure yeere in th' afternoone.

Glossary

 195 result(s).
admittancefashion, acceptance, vogue
adventurousrisk-taking, imprudently bold, rashly daring
airmanner, style, fashion
ancientrydecorum, old-fashioned formality, ancient dignity
antic, antick(e), antiqueold-fashioned, old-world, antiquated
ashspear, lance [made of ash]
Ash Wednesdayin Christian tradition, the first day of Lent
bashfuleasily intimidated, readily daunted
batler, batletwooden club [used for beating clothes being washed]
bedasheddashed about, bespattered, splashed about
Black Monday[in MV II.v.24] confusion of the day after Easter Sunday with Ash Wednesday
blisteredornamented with puffs, displaying slashes to show the lining
block[of hats] style, fashion, shape, mould
brainmurder, dash the brains out of
brandishmake shine, cause to flash
brazen-facedshameless, unblushing, unabashed
bruisecrush, smash, destroy
buckingwashing, laundry
buck-washingprocess of washing very dirty clothing in an alkaline mix [buck]
burstbreak, smash
canvasstoss about [as if in a canvas sheet], beat, thrash
carbonadoslash, cut [as if preparing meat for grilling]
carbonadoedcut, slashed, hacked about
cashierrob, fleece, relieve of money
cashierdischarge, dismiss [from service]
cashiereddismissed, sacked, discarded
chaffy[as of chaff] worthless, useless, trashy
chambererfrequenter of ladies' chambers, drawing-room man of fashion
clapper-clawbeat up, thrash, scratch
comecome into fashion, become trendy
composemake up, produce, fashion
cooling cardcard that dashes an opponent's hope of success; barrier, check
countenancedisconcerted, abashed
couplein pairs, leashed together
coupleleash together
crest-fallenhumbled, abashed, shamed
currentacceptable, up-to-date, fashionable
daring-hardyfoolhardy, rashly bold
dashdiminish, infringe, destroy
dashencounter, sight, meeting
dashoverturn, rescind, frustrate
dashcast down, daunt, dishearten
dashfrustrate, spoil, ruin
dashstroke, mark, sign
dashtrace, touch, tinge
datetime, season, fashion
dew-bedabbledsplashed all over with dew
disciplinethrash, trounce, beat
dressingreworking, refashioning
drivefall, rush, dash
dry-beatcudgel, thrash, beat soundly
entrench, intrenchgash, make a deep cut in
ewerpitcher containing water for washing hands
fangledfashion-conscious, novelty-obsessed, trendy
fashionmanner, way, mode, appearance
fashionfad, modish behaviour, whim
fashionconventional behaviour, conformity, customary use
fashionobservance, style, latest practice
fashionform, shape, make [into]
fashionworkmanship, craftsmanship, execution
fashionsort, kind, type
fashionarrange, contrive, manage
fashion(plural) horse disease affecting the nose and mouth [farcy]
fashiontitle, name, character
fashionmould, transform, change the fashion of
fashionframe, work in, introduce
fashion-mongingfashion-following, dealing in fashions, dandified
feezedo for, settle the hash of, fix
flameblaze, shine, flash
flashbreak out suddenly, move abruptly
flashmake a display, show off, shine out [as]
flingdash off, go away in a rush
followimitate, copy; take as a model [in fashion]
forgecause to fashion, lead to contrive
forwardnessrashness, boldness, over-eagerness
framefashion, make, form, create
frushsmash, strike violently
gallantfine gentleman, man of fashion
garbmanner, style, fashion
giddinessrashness, foolishness, madness
grandsirelong-established, old-fashioned
haberdasherdealer in small articles relating to clothing
harlotrytrashy, tawdry, third-rate
hastyrash, impetuous, impulsive
heady-rashhasty-headed, full of reckless thoughts
humourstyle, method, way, fashion
innovationnew fashion; or: insurrection
intrenchantuncuttable, incapable of being gashed
jess[falconry] short strap fastened to a hawk's legs [to which the leash is attached]
jowldash, knock, thrust
justlingjostling, clashing, chaotic
labouredcarefully fashioned, produced with great skill
lam-damn[unclear meaning] beat the hell out of, thrash without pity
land-damn[unclear meaning] beat the hell out of, thrash without pity
lashscourge, punish, flog
launderwash, bathe
lavewash, bathe, soak
leash[hunting] set of three, trio
lightenflash lightning
lightenflash out, send down as lightning
linsey-woolsey[mix of flax and wool] verbal mish-mash, nonsense
lustregleam, glimmer, flash
manglewound, gash, hack
mannerfashion, usage, custom
mash[brewing] ferment, mix
mouldmodel, shape, fashion
murderwound, gash [serious enough to cause death]
new-tunedfreshly coined, fashionable
offoff the ship, ashore
openpublic, widely frequented, fashionable
outdaredovercome by daring, cowed, outbraved; or: excessively daring, brazen, unabashed
overgreencover over, gloss over, whitewash
pashhead
pashstrike, smash, knock
pashedsmashed, battered, crushed
pashfulWelsh pronunciation of 'bashful'
pheezedo for, settle the hash of, fix
plashpool, puddle, pond
pudencymodesty, bashfulness, shyness
ragefolly, rashness, mad jest
ragingmad, rash, crazy
rashquickly lit, briefly flaming
rashforce, drive; or: slash with
rashsudden, quickly acting, operating immediately
rashhasty, impetuous, impulsive
rashhastily, impetuously, impulsively
rash-leviedhastily raised
razedcut, slashed, slit
receivedfashionable, accepted as a norm, generally adopted
rollingflashing, expressive
scarfwrap round like a scarf or sash
scarfmilitary sash, shoulder band
scorchslash with a knife, gash
scotchslash, cut, gash
scotchcut, gash, wound
sea-bankseashore
sea-margentseashore, edge of the sea
semblablyseemingly, similarly, in the same fashion
shallowlynaively, gullibly; or: rashly
shamebe ashamed, be embarrassed
shapecreate, fashion, bring about
ship-tirefashionable head-dress shaped like a ship
shiversmash to pieces, fragment
shoreput ashore, return to the land
Shrovetidein Christian tradition, the three days before Ash Wednesday
skirmishfight, clash, fracas
sliplet go, allow to leave, unleash
slipleash, lead, tether
sliplet go of, allow to leave, unleash
smokedisinfect, sanitize; beat, thrash
snipped-taffeta, snipt-taffetaglossy silk fabric with irregular cuts, slashed-silk
sortfashion, frame, adapt
spicetouch, trace, dash
sprawlwrithe, struggle, thrash about
spurnkick, strike, stamp [on], dash
squashyoungster, youth
squashunripe pea-pod
stainhint, tinge, dash
StrandLondon street of fashionable merchants; also, of apprentices
stripestroke of a whip, lash, weal
swabberdeckhand, sailor who washes the deck
swasherswashbuckler, braggart, boaster
swashingswaggering, blustering, dashing
swashingQ4 alternative to 'washing'
swillwash, bathe, drench
swingbeat, thrash, wallop
swingebeat, thrash, flog
swinge-bucklerswashbuckler, swaggering ruffian
time-pleasertime-server, follower of fashion
trash[hunting] rein in, keep in check, hold back
trashrubbish, stuff, paraphernalia
trashdirty money
trashworthless person, disreputable individual
treasuremoney, ready cash
trenchgouge, cut, gash
trickpractice, custom, current fashion
tunefashionable speech, jargon
unadvisedrash, foolhardy, thoughtless, unconsidered
unhackedunused, with no gashes
unsuitableunfashionable, old-fashioned, passe
washlabour in vain, work to no purpose
washmake damp, moisten, wet
washkitchen swill, hogwash
Washesthe Wash; shallow inlet of the North Sea on E coast of England
WashfordWexford, city in Leinster, SE Ireland
washingswashing, slashing
waterishabounding in water; also: wishy-washy, watered down
wearfashion, adapt, conform
wearfashion, vogue, trend
wearbe the fashion, be trendy
wearingmost unfashionable, least stylish
whipdash, hurry, hasten
wildrash, reckless, careless
wisemanner, way, fashion
younkerfashionable young man, fine young gentleman

Thesaurus

 166 result(s).
abashedcountenance
abashedcrest-fallen
ashamed, beshame
ashoreoff
ashore, putshore
bashfulnesspudency
bold, rashlydaring-hardy
brains out of, dash thebrain
card that dashes an opponent's hope of successcooling card
carefully fashionedlaboured
cash, readytreasure
change the fashionfashion
clashskirmish
clashingjustling
clothing, washing of very dirty buck-washing
club [for beating clothes being washed]batler, batlet
current fashiontrick
daring, rashlyadventurous
dashspurn
dashdrive
dashwhip
dashjowl
dashstain
dashspice
dash offfling
dash the brains out ofbrain
dashed aboutbedashed
dashingswashing
dew, splashed all over with dew-bedabbled
drawing-room man of fashionchamberer
fashioncompose
fashionblock
fashionframe
fashionair
fashionhumour
fashionadmittance
fashiongarb
fashionwear
fashiondate
fashionwear
fashionwise
fashionshape
fashionsort
fashionmanner
fashionmould
fashion, be thewear
fashion, cause toforge
fashion, change thefashion
fashion, come intocome
fashion, currenttrick
fashion, drawing-room man ofchamberer
fashion, follower oftime-pleaser
fashion, man ofgallant
fashion, newinnovation
fashionablecurrent
fashionablereceived
fashionableopen
fashionablenew-tuned
fashionable speechtune
fashion-consciousfangled
fashioned, carefullylaboured
fashion-followingfashion-monging
flashlustre
flashflame
flash lightninglighten
flash outlighten
flash, cause tobrandish
flashingrolling
follower of fashiontime-pleaser
formality, old-fashionedancientry
gashentrench, intrench
gashtrench
gashscorch
gashscotch
gashscotch
gashmangle
gashmurder
gashed, incapable of beingintrenchant
gashes, with no unhacked
hogwashwash
knife, slash with ascorch
ladies' man of fashionchamberer
lashstripe
leashslip
leash togethercouple
leashed togethercouple
lightning flashlighten
man of fashiongallant
military sashscarf
model, take as a [in fashion]follow
new fashioninnovation
old-fashionedgrandsire
old-fashionedunsuitable
old-fashionedantic, antick(e), antique
old-fashioned formalityancientry
pieces, smash toshiver
pitcher containing water for washing handsewer
pity, thrash without lam-damn
put ashoreshore
rashwild
rashraging
rashunadvised
rashhasty
rashlyshallowly
rashly bolddaring-hardy
rashly daringadventurous
rashnessgiddiness
rashnessforwardness
rashnessrage
refashioningdressing
same fashion, in thesemblably
sash, militaryscarf
seashoresea-margent
seashoresea-bank
settle the hash ofpheeze
slashscotch
slashcarbonado
slash withrash
slash with a knifescorch
slashedrazed
slashedcarbonadoed
slashed-silksnipped-taffeta, snipt-taffeta
slashes showing the lining [of clothes]blistered
slashingwashing
smashbruise
smashburst
smashfrush
smashpash
smash to piecesshiver
smashedpashed
speech, fashionabletune
splashed aboutbedashed
splashed all over with dewdew-bedabbled
swashbucklerswasher
swashbucklerswinge-buckler
swashingwashing
thrashsmoke
thrashswinge
thrashswing
thrashdry-beat
thrashclapper-claw
thrashdiscipline
thrashcanvass
thrash aboutsprawl
thrash without pitylam-damn
tile, wash a tile
together, leashedcouple
trashyharlotry
trashychaffy
unabashedoutdared
unabashedbrazen-faced
unfashionableunsuitable
unfashionable, mostwearing
unleashslip
unleashslip
verbal mish-mashlinsey-woolsey
washlaunder
washlave
washswill
wash a tiletile
washes the deck, sailor whoswabber
washingbucking
washing hands, pitcher forewer
washing of very dirty clothingbuck-washing
whitewashovergreen
young man, fashionableyounker

Themes and Topics

 2 result(s).
Here, there, and where... that body, whereagainst / my grained ash an hundred times hath broke against w...
Days and dates...ll saints’ day, 1 november mw i.i.189 ash wednesday first day of lent mv ii.v.26 ...
...i.ii.193 shrovetide three days before ash wednesday 2h4 v.iii.35 wheeson dialec...

Words Families

 8 result(s).
Word FamilyWord Family GroupWords
ASHBASICash n, ashy adj, ashy-pale adj
ASHAMEDBASICsee SHAME
ASHOREBASICsee SHORE
PALE [colour]STATEashy-pale adj
SHAMESTATEashamed adj
SHOREBASICashore adv
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