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A Midsummer Night's DreamMND III.i.110What do you see? You see an ass head of yourWhat do you see? You see an Asse-head of your
A Midsummer Night's DreamMND III.i.114I see their knavery! This is to make an ass of me,I see their knauery; this is to make an asse of me,
A Midsummer Night's DreamMND III.ii.34Titania waked, and straightway loved an ass.Tytania waked, and straightway lou'd an Asse.
A Midsummer Night's DreamMND IV.i.25I am such a tender ass, if my hair do but tickle me, II am such a tender asse, if my haire do but tickle me, I
A Midsummer Night's DreamMND IV.i.76Methought I was enamoured of an ass.Me-thought I was enamoured of an Asse.
A Midsummer Night's DreamMND IV.i.205is but an ass if he go about to expound this dream. Methoughtis but an Asse, if he goe about to expound this dreame. Me-thought
A Midsummer Night's DreamMND V.i.303and prove an ass.and proue an Asse.
All's Well That Ends WellAW II.iii.99wine; but if thou beest not an ass, I am a youth of fourteen;wine. But if thou be'st not an asse, I am a youth of fourteene:
All's Well That Ends WellAW IV.iii.326That every braggart shall be found an ass.That euery braggart shall be found an Asse.
Antony and CleopatraAC IV.ii.35And I, an ass, am onion-eyed. For shame,And I an Asse, am Onyon-ey'd; for shame,
Antony and CleopatraAC V.ii.306That I might hear thee call great Caesar assThat I might heare thee call great Casar Asse,
As You Like ItAYL II.v.48That any man turn ass,that any man turne Asse:
CoriolanusCor II.i.55I find the ass in compound with the major part of yourI finde the Asse in compound, with the Maior part of your
CoriolanusCor IV.v.46an ass it is! Then thou dwell'st with daws too?an Asse it is, then thou dwel'st with Dawes too?
CymbelineCym I.iii.35of an ass, which is no great hurt.of an Asse, which is no great hurt.
CymbelineCym II.i.52Should yield the world this ass! A woman thatShould yeild the world this Asse: A woman, that
HamletHam II.ii.394Then came each actor on his assThen can each Actor on his Asse---
HamletHam II.ii.580Why, what an ass am I! This is most brave,Who? What an Asse am I? I sure, this is most braue,
HamletHam V.i.57your dull ass will not mend his pace with beating. Andyour dull Asse will not mend his pace with beating; and
HamletHam V.i.78the pate of a politician, which this ass now o'erreaches;the Pate of a Polititian which this Asse o're Offices:
HamletHam V.ii.43And many suchlike as's of great charge,And many such like Assis of great charge,
Henry IV Part 22H4 II.i.35in such dealing, unless a woman should be made an ass,in such dealing, vnles a woman should be made an Asse
Henry IV Part 22H4 II.ii.71Come, you virtuous ass, you bashfulCome you pernitious Asse, you bashfull
Henry VH5 III.ii.68By Cheshu, he is an ass, as in the world; IBy Cheshu he is an Asse, as in the World, I
Henry VH5 IV.i.76If the enemy is an ass, and a fool, and aIf the Enemie is an Asse and a Foole, and a
Henry VH5 IV.i.78also, look you, be an ass, and a fool, and a pratingalso, looke you, be an Asse and a Foole, and a prating
Henry VH5 V.i.4in all things. I will tell you ass my friend, Captainin all things: I will tell you asse my friend, Captaine
Julius CaesarJC IV.i.21He shall but bear them as the ass bears gold,He shall but beare them, as the Asse beares Gold,
Julius CaesarJC IV.i.26Like to the empty ass, to shake his ears(Like to the empty Asse) to shake his eares,
King JohnKJ II.i.144As great Alcides' shows upon an ass.As great Alcides shooes vpon an Asse:
King JohnKJ II.i.145But, ass, I'll take that burden from your back,But Asse, Ile take that burthen from your backe,
King LearKL I.iv.159parts, thou borest thine ass on thy back o'er the dirtparts, thou boar'st thine Asse on thy backe o're the durt,
King LearKL I.iv.219May not an ass know when the cart draws theMay not an Asse know, when the Cart drawes the
Love's Labour's LostLLL III.i.50for an ass.for an Asse.
Love's Labour's LostLLL III.i.52Marry, sir, you must send the ass upon the horse,Marrie sir, you must send the Asse vpon the Horse
Love's Labour's LostLLL V.ii.622Therefore, as he is an ass, let him go.Therefore as he is, an Asse, let him go:
Love's Labour's LostLLL V.ii.625For the ass to the Jude. Give it him. Jude-as, away!For the Asse to the Iude: giue it him. Iud-as away.
Measure for MeasureMM III.i.26For, like an ass, whose back with ingots bows,For like an Asse, whose backe with Ingots bowes;
Measure for MeasureMM V.i.498One all of luxury, an ass, a madman,One all of Luxurie, an asse, a mad man:
Much Ado About NothingMA IV.ii.71Away! You are an ass, you are an ass.Away, you are an asse, you are an asse.
Much Ado About NothingMA IV.ii.74down an ass! But, masters, remember that I am an ass;downe an asse! but masters, remember that I am an asse:
Much Ado About NothingMA IV.ii.76an ass. No, thou villain, thou art full of piety, as shall bean asse: No thou villaine, yu art full of piety as shall be
Much Ado About NothingMA IV.ii.84I had been writ down an ass!I had been writ downe an asse!
Much Ado About NothingMA V.i.243place shall serve, that I am an ass.place shall serue, that I am an Asse.
Much Ado About NothingMA V.i.293me ass; I beseech you, let it be remembered in hismee asse, I beseech you let it be remembred in his
OthelloOth I.i.47Wears out his time, much like his master's ass,Weares out his time, much like his Masters Asse,
OthelloOth II.i.300For making him egregiously an ass,For making him egregiously an Asse,
Richard IIR2 V.v.93And yet I bear a burden like an ass,And yet I beare a burthen like an Asse,
The Comedy of ErrorsCE II.ii.209If thou art changed to aught, 'tis to an ass.If thou art chang'd to ought, 'tis to an Asse.ass="Apple-converted-space"> 
The Comedy of ErrorsCE II.ii.211'Tis so, I am an ass; else it could never be'Tis so, I am an Asse, else it could neuer be,ass="Apple-converted-space"> 
The Comedy of ErrorsCE III.i.15.1I think thou art an ass.I thinke thou art an asse.ass="Apple-converted-space"> 
The Comedy of ErrorsCE III.i.18You would keep from my heels, and beware of an ass.You would keepe from my heeles, and beware of an asse.ass="Apple-converted-space"> 
The Comedy of ErrorsCE III.i.47Thou wouldst have changed thy face for a name, or thy name for an ass.Thou wouldst haue chang'd thy face for a name, or thy name for anass="Apple-converted-space"> asse.ass="Apple-converted-space"> 
The Comedy of ErrorsCE III.ii.77I am an ass, I am a woman'sI am an asse, I am a womans
The Comedy of ErrorsCE IV.iv.26Thou art sensible in nothing but blows; and so is an ass.Thou art sensible in nothing but blowes, and so is an Asse.
The Comedy of ErrorsCE IV.iv.27I am an ass, indeed. You mayI am an Asse indeede, you may
The Merry Wives of WindsorMW I.i.159me drunk, yet I am not altogether an ass.me drunke, yet I am not altogether an asse.
The Merry Wives of WindsorMW II.ii.285himself hath not such a name. Page is an ass, a securehimselfe hath not such a name. Page is an Asse, a secure
The Merry Wives of WindsorMW II.ii.286ass. He will trust his wife, he will not be jealous. I willAsse; hee will trust his wife, hee will not be iealous: I will
The Merry Wives of WindsorMW V.v.119I do begin to perceive that I am made an ass.I do begin to perceiue that I am made an Asse.
The Taming of the ShrewTS I.ii.158O this woodcock, what an ass it is!Oh this Woodcocke, what an Asse it is.
The Taming of the ShrewTS III.i.9Preposterous ass, that never read so farPreposterous Asse that neuer read so farre,
The Taming of the ShrewTS III.ii.231My horse, my ox, my ass, my any thing,My horse, my oxe, my asse, my any thing,
The Taming of the ShrewTS V.i.75Away, away, mad ass! His name is Lucentio, andAwaie, awaie mad asse, his name is Lucentio, and
The TempestTem V.i.296And seek for grace. What a thrice double assAnd seeke for grace: what a thrice double Asse
The Two Gentlemen of VeronaTG II.iii.33matter? Why weepest thou, man? Away, ass, you'll losematter? why weep'st thou man? away asse, you'l loose
The Two Gentlemen of VeronaTG II.v.22What an ass art thou! I understand thee not.What an asse art thou, I vnderstand thee not.
The Two Gentlemen of VeronaTG II.v.41Why, thou whoreson ass, thou mistakest me.Why, thou whorson Asse, thou mistak'st me,
The Two Gentlemen of VeronaTG V.ii.28That such an ass should owe them.That such an Asse should owe them.
Timon of AthensTim I.i.276I will fly, like a dog, the heels o'th' ass.I will flye like a dogge, the heeles a'th'Asse.
Timon of AthensTim III.v.50And the ass more captain than the lion,And the Asse, more Captaine then the Lyon?
Timon of AthensTim IV.iii.333peradventure thou wert accused by the ass. If thou wertperaduenture thou wert accus'd by the Asse: If thou wert
Timon of AthensTim IV.iii.334the ass, thy dullness would torment thee, and still thouthe Asse, thy dulnesse would torment thee; and still thou
Timon of AthensTim IV.iii.351How has the ass broke the wall, that thou art outHow ha's the Asse broke the wall, that thou art out
Titus AndronicusTit IV.ii.25(Aside) Now what a thing it is to be an ass!Now what a thing it is to be an Asse?
Troilus and CressidaTC II.i.44assinico may tutor thee. Thou scurvy-valiant ass, thouAsinico may tutor thee. Thou scuruy valiant Asse, thou
Troilus and CressidaTC III.iii.311again, that I might water an ass at it! I had rather be aagaine, that I might water an Asse at it: I had rather be a
Troilus and CressidaTC V.i.55forced with wit, turn him to? To an ass were nothing;forced with wit, turne him too: to an Asse were nothing;
Troilus and CressidaTC V.i.56he is both ass and ox. To an ox were nothing; he is bothhee is both Asse and Oxe; to an Oxe were nothing, hee is both
Troilus and CressidaTC V.i.57ox and ass. To be a dog, a mule, a cat, a fitchew, a toad,Oxe and Asse: to be a Dogge, a Mule, a Cat, a Fitchew, a Toade,
Troilus and CressidaTC V.iv.5see them meet, that that same young Trojan ass, thatsee them meet; that, that same yong Troian asse, that
Twelfth NightTN I.iii.71Why, I think so. I am not such an ass, butWhy I thinke so: I am not such an asse, but
Twelfth NightTN II.iii.17Welcome, ass! Now let's have a catch.Welcome asse, now let's haue a catch.
Twelfth NightTN II.iii.141but a time-pleaser, an affectioned ass that consbut a time-pleaser, an affection'd Asse, that cons
Twelfth NightTN II.iii.162ass.Asse.
Twelfth NightTN II.iii.163Ass, I doubt not.Asse, I doubt not.
Twelfth NightTN III.ii.12'Slight! Will you make an ass o' me?S'light; will you make an Asse o'me.
Twelfth NightTN V.i.16Marry, sir, they praise me – and make an ass of me.Marry sir, they praise me, and make an asse of me,
Twelfth NightTN V.i.17Now my foes tell me plainly, I am an ass; so that by mynow my foes tell me plainly, I am an Asse: so that by my

Glossary

 685 result(s).
accessaryassistant, helper, collaborator
accompliceassociate, partner, aide
accordagree, assent, consent
accordagreement, assent, consent
accordingagreeing, assenting
account, accomptnumber, collection, assortment
acquaintancefriends, companions, associates
adjunctconnected, associated, annexed
adjunctaid, aide-memoire, assistant
adoptionassociation, relationship
aedile[pron: 'eediyl] assistant to Roman tribunes
affectdesire, passion, appetite
affectassume, display, put on, practise in an artificial way
affectiondesire, passion, lustful feeling
affeered[legal] assured, confirmed, settled
affrontassault, attack, onslaught
aidanceaid, assistance, help
aidanthelpful, assisting, beneficial
alarm, alarumattack, assault
allotdestine, appoint, assign
allowbestow, legally assign
ambassage, ambassyembassy
apefool, idiot, jackass
appetitesexual desire, passion
apple-johnkind of apple with a shrivelled skin [associated with midsummer (St John's) day]
appointdestine, assign, arrange
appointgrant, provide, assign
ardentlyburningly, intensely, passionately
ascribededicate, attribute, assign
asinico[pron: asi'neekoh] little ass, donkey, dolt
assWelsh pronunciation of 'as'
assailattack, assault, address
assailapproach with offers of love, woo with vigour, attempt to seduce
assailingwooing, loving, amorous
assaultattack, temptation, snare
assayattack, attempt, trial
assayeffort, attempt
assaychallenge, tempt, win over
assayattempt, try, venture
assaytry, test the mettle of, put to the proof
assaymake advances to, accost, address proposals to
assay[short form] evidence, proof, indication
assaytest, trial, measure
assayassault, attack, incursion
assemblanceappearance, display, composition
assignsaccessories, appurtenances, trappings
assinico, asinico, assenego[pron: asi'neekoh] little ass, donkey, dolt
assistaccompany, attend, escort
assistanceassociates, partners, aides
assistantin attendance, standing by, available
associatecompanion, fellow-traveller
associateaccompany, escort, join with
assubjugatereduce to subjugation, demean, debase
assumeacquire, adopt, take on
assumeattain, achieve, reach
assumeundertake, enter, choose
assuranceconfirmation, pledge, guarantee
assurancesecurity, certainty, confidence
assurancesafety, security
assuranceclaim, title, securing [of]
assuresettle, convey, leave [to]
assureguarantee, make safe against risks
assureassign, pledge, guarantee
assuredbetrothed, engaged
assuredcertain, definite, sure
atoneappease, allay, assuage
attemptattack, assail, subdue
attemptattack, assault
attendancediligent service, dutiful ministration, assiduous attention
auditoryassembly of listeners, audience
authoritythose in authority, the ruling class
avouchassurance, guarantee
avouchdeclare, assert, affirm
BacchusRoman god of wine, associated with drunken revelry
baitharass, persecute, torment
bank[unclear meaning] put in a bank, win; pass by [as in a boat]
Barrabasin the Bible, a robber released instead of Christ at the Passover
baseutter with bass voice, proclaim resonantly
bass viol, base violstringed instrument resembling a cello
bass, baseutter with bass voice, proclaim resonantly
batteryassault, bombardment, blitz
beguilecharm away, while away, pass pleasantly
bequeathresign, give up, assign, hand over
besetset upon, assail, besiege
besidepassing by, to one side
bid the base / basschallenge someone to a chase [from ‘prisoner's base’, a boy's chasing game]
bloodanger, temper, passion
bloodpassion, feeling, strong emotion [especially sexual]
blowzered-faced lass
blushingmodest, self-effacing, unassuming
bodycorporate body, collective mass [of people]
boldnessconfidence, assurance, certainty
bona-robahigh-class prostitute, good quality bit of stuff
book-matefellow-student, scholarly associate
borrowedassumed, pretended, feigned
brandornamental flaming torch [associated with Cupid]
brassbrazenness, effrontery, impudence
brass, brazeharden (like brass)
brassyhard as brass, unfeeling, impenetrable
brazeharden (like brass)
brazenmade of brass, very strong, powerful
brazierbrass-worker
Brutus, MarcusMarcus Junius Brutus; 1st-c BC Roman politician, involved in the assassination of Julius Caesar
bugle-braceletbracelet adorned with ornamental tube-shaped glass beads
BullTaurus, the second sign of the zodiac, associated with cuckoldry, and also the neck and throat
burdenbass accompaniment [in a song]
cancel[unclear word-class] put an end to, wipe out
Cancerfourth sign of the zodiac, associated with heat
canvasstoss about [as if in a canvas sheet], beat, thrash
card[of a compass-card] with great precision
card[compass-card, on which the 32 points of the compass are marked] model, accurate guide
carriondead putrifying flesh, rotting carcass
carrioncarcass, wretch, worthless beast
Cassibelan[pron: ka'sibelan, ka'sibjulan] British king in 1st-c
CassiusGaius Cassius Longinus, Roman senator, 1st-c BC, a leader of the plot to kill Julius Caesar
cassockmilitary cloak, long coat
Castalion[unclear meaning] Castilian [Spanish]; Castalian [sacred spring on Mt Parnassus]
censureassessment, opinion, judgement, criticism
censurepass judgement on, condemn, pronounce sentence on
certescertainly, assuredly, without doubt
certifyinform, assure, demonstrate to
challengeclaim, demand, assertion
changevariety, assortment, range
channelnarrow inlet, passage into a harbour
chaospiece of shapeless matter, amorphous mass
chargeattack, assail, storm
charterpledge, permission, assurance
chaseharry, harass, persecute
chi passa[popular tune] who passes by?
chi passa[ballad] Who goes by
choir, quirecompany, group, assembly
circlecompass, confines, bounds
circuitenclosed space, ambit, compass
clausepremise, assertion, statement
clementmerciful, lenient, compassionate
clerkaltar-server, assistant
clipbound, surround, encompass
clipencompass, enclose, surround
clodlump, mass, piece of earth
coldchaste, modest, lacking sensual passion
coldunruffled, impassive, unimpassioned
coldnessindifference, apathy, passionless quality
coltfoolish youth, callow ass
comecome to pass, happen, turn out
comeexceed, surpass
come[drinking call] pass it round
comfortassist, help, give aid to
comfortablecomforting, encouraging, reassuring
commodityasset, advantage, benefit
commonof ordinary people, of the masses
companionassociate, aide, comrade
companycompanion, associate, comrade
compartnerassociate, partner
compasscirclet, encircling band
compassrange, reach, limit, scope
compassaccomplish, fulfil, achieve, bring about
compasssurround, trap, ring in
compassmoderation, bounds, due limits
compassembrace, enfold
compasscircle, circumference, bound
compassbend into a circle, make to curve round
compassgo around, orbit, make a circuit of
compasssurround, be in the middle of
compassgo round with, travel about with; or: obtain, lay hold of
compassregularity, proportion, measure
compassrevolution, circuit of time
compasswin, obtain, attain
compasscircumference, round measurement
compassedcurved, rounded, arched
compassionhave compassion on, pity, be sorry for
compassionatefull of lamentation, piteously appealing
compeercompanion, associate, fellow
competitorpartner, associate, colleague
compliceaccomplice, confederate, associate
compoundunion, combination, association
compoundlump, composition, mass
condescendagree, consent, assent
conduitchannel, passage, vein
confidenceover-confidence, over-assurance, presumption
confidenttrusting, complacent, self-assured
congregationmass, gathering, assemblage
conjunctionunited forces, joint association
consignagree with, accept, assent to, endorse
consortcompanion, partner, associate
consortedconspiring, associated, in league together
constantlyassuredly, firmly, certainly, confidently
consumedused up, spent, passed by
continentglobe, mass
contrarylie, fabrication, false assertion
contrivepass the time, spend, while away
conventbring together, assemble, convene
converseassociate, keep company
conveypass off, give out, pretend
convocationassembly, gathering, parliament
corrivalally, associate, partner
cote[from the movement of dogs in hare coursing] overtake, outstrip, pass by
counsel[unclear word-class] put an end to, wipe out
countermineexcavated passage made by fortress defenders to intercept an enemy mine
courtassembly, court occasion
crankwinding passage, meandering duct
curbcontrolling chain or strap passed under a horse's jaw; check, restraint
curtle-axecutlass, cutting sword
daubpretend, fake, pass off
departdeath, passing away
devisegive, assign, confer on
DianaRoman goddess associated with the Moon, chastity, and hunting
Dian's bud[unclear meaning] herb associated with chastity
differenceclass difference, distinction of rank
differencevariety, range, assortment
digesttake in, incorporate, assimilate
diligenceattentiveness, assiduity, careful service
diligentassiduous, persistent
directdelegate, assign, hand over
dissemblymalapropism for ‘assembly’
dog-dayshottest days of the year [associated with the astrological position of Sirius, the Dog-star]
downfalllater stages, declining, passing away
drabbingwhoring, associating with harlots
dragon's tail[astrology] intersection of the orbit of the descending moon and that of the sun [associated with lechery]
eagerimpetuous, fierce, impassioned
effectdesire, passion, emotion
effeminategentle, tender, compassionate
embassadeembassy, mission [as an ambassador]
embassadorvariant form of ‘ambassador’
embassage, ambassagemessage, errand, business, mission
embassymessage [especially via an ambassador]
embassyambassadorial role, function as ambassador
emportmentfit of passion, state of emotion
encompasssurround, encircle, enclose
encompassoutwit, catch out, get round
encompassedsurrounded, encircled, enclosed
encompassmenttalking around [a subject], roundabout means
encounterconfront, assail, attack
encounterskirmish, assault, engagement
enforcedviolated, assaulted, ravished
enforcedviolating, shown in an assault
engageinvolve in, associate with
engrossamass, accumulate, collect together
enragedpassionate, ardent, furiously aroused
entailprovision that an estate should pass to an heir
entertainwhile away, pass away
Erebus'darkness', son of Chaos, the place where Shades passed on their way to Hades
exceedoutdo, surpass, excel, be superior
extentassault, attack, onslaught
extremeintense emotion, violent passion
extremityridiculous behaviour, embarrassing conduct
eye-glasslens of the eye
faithself-confidence, self-assurance
faithpromise, assurance, pledge
fallsin, trespass, commit wrong
fallhappen, occur, come to pass
fallturn out, happen, come to pass
familiarclose friend, intimate associate
fastbound, assured, promised
fastpass a period of abstinence
feedependent creature, beneficiary, vassal
fellowcompanion, associate
fireardour, fervour, burning passion
flawburst of passion, upsurge of feelings
fleetturn, pass, change
fleetdancing company, group, assembly
fleet[of souls] leave, pass away, fly off
foldenfold, envelop, encompass
fondinfatuated, doting, passionate
fopfool, buffoon, jackass
foreheadcommanding countenance, assurance, audacity
forepastpreviously passed, already accumulated
friendbefriend, sustain, assist
furiouspassionate, uproarious, excitable
furtheranceaid, assistance, help
furyimpetuous way, fierce passion
fury-innocent[unclear usage] anyone in a calm state of mind; anyone passion-free
galliassheavily built warship using sails and oars [larger than a galley]
gallimaufrycomplete mixture, whole assembly, every sort
galloglassaxe-wielding Irish soldier
garden-housesmall building in a garden [often used for lovers' assignations]
generationbreed, class, pedigree
givereport, assert, make known
glanceallude to, refer to, mention in passing
glanceturn, move, pass
glassmirror, looking-glass
glass[sand of the] hourglass
glasseyeball
glassmagic mirror, crystal ball
glassenclose in glass
glass eyesspectacles
glass-facedmirror-faced, self-reflecting
glass-gazingadmiring oneself in the mirror
glassy[unclear meaning] frail as glass, brittle; or: mirroring, reflecting [divinity]
glassyas if made of glass, translucent
goexceed, surpass, transcend
goagree, give assent [to]
gosurpass, outdo, be superior to
godie, pass away, depart
gogo ahead, take place, come to pass
gopass as current, be valued
go toexclamation of reassurance
goodbe of use to, provide assistance to
good cheerexclamation of reassurance or encouragement
grantsubmit, yield, assent
grassgraze, feed, eat pasture
grateharass, irritate, aggravate
gratepester, harass, make heavy demands on
greengreenery, grass, vegetation
greengrass-covered land, grassy mound
ground[music] constant bass rhythm underneath a descant, foundation
guessassume, surmise, suppose
Hagar[pron: 'haygahr] in the Bible, bondwoman to Sarah, whose child was Ishmael, a 'wild-ass of a man'
haphappen, take place, come to pass
harrymistreat, harass, ill-use
heapin a mass, all together
heatanger, rage, passion
heatdesire, passion, libido
Hecat, Hecate[pron: 'hekat, 'hekatee] Greek goddess of the underworld; associated with magic, ghosts, witchcraft
herbaromatic shrub, associated with repentance
homagerone who owes homage, vassal
hothot-tempered, angry, passionate
hot-bloodedlecherous, passionate, lustful
hotlyangrily, passionately, fiercely
Hymen[pron: 'hiymen] Greek god who led a wedding procession; associated with a torch, crown of flowers, and flute
hysterica passio[Latin: hysterical passion] hysteria
importmentfit of passion, state of emotion
inaidibleunable to be assisted, incapable of being helped
inclusiveenclosing, encircling, encompassing
indigestshapeless mass, confused situation
individableindivisible [with no changes in the location of action]; or: unclassifiable
industrylaborious gallantry, assiduity in service to a lady
infestharass, trouble, assail
ingraftclosely attached, associated [with]
insociableintolerable, impossible to associate with
invectivelyvehemently, passionately, in an abusive way
inwardintimate, closely associated
iterationcliche, repeated assertion, endless repetition
iwis[archaism] assuredly, certainly, truly
Jasonson of Aeson, King of Iolcos; sent with the Argonauts to find the Golden Fleece, which he obtained with Medea's assistance
jetencroach on, usurp, trespass upon
joinally, unite, associate
judgementopinion, estimation, assessment
Judithin the Bible, heroine who kills Assyrian general Holofernes with a sword
JunoRoman supreme goddess, wife of Jupiter, associated with the Moon, childbirth, marriage, and female identity
Jupiter, JoveRoman supreme god; associated with the heavens and the weather, especially thunder and lightning; husband of Juno
kindlywith natural affection, with compassion
kissfraternize, associate, consort
knotcompany, band, assembly
knotgather together, assemble, congregate
knot-grassspecies of creeping weed
laboursomelaborious, assiduous, hard-working
lampasshorse disease affecting the mouth
lanepath, passage, way
languishpass [time] in languishing, waste
lapwingtype of plover [bird with wily methods of escaping the notice of predators; associated with amorous intrigue]
lass-lornjilted, forsaken by a sweetheart
lattenmade of thin brass, tin-plate
laundclearing [in a wood], glade, grassy space
leavepass by, go past
lectureclassroom lesson
leigerresident ambassador, representative, envoy
letslaughter, kill, massacre
liegemanvassal, subject, follower
liegerresident ambassador, representative, envoy
limitduty, assignment, responsibility
liverpart of the body thought to be the seat of the passions [especially sexual desire]
losespend, pass through, while away
lust-breathedinspired by lust, driven by passion
madewith success assured, with fortune made
Marsplanet particularly associated with martial or aggressive temperaments
Martinmas, MartlemasSt Martins Day, 11 November, associated with plentiful food
masssize, numbers, large amount
massservice, liturgy, divine celebration
massymassive, heavy, colossal
matchappointment, assignation, rendezvous
matecompanion, associate, comrade
meanmeans of access, passage
measureextent, size, amount, quantity, mass
measurepass through, travel over, traverse
Medea[pron: me'deea] daughter of Aeetes, King of Colchis, who assisted Jason in obtaining the Golden Fleece
mellget involved, associate, copulate
Mercuryplanet particularly associated with eloquence, feats of skill, and the commercial world
mercycompassion, forgiveness, pardon
messScottish pronunciation of 'mass'
mineexcavated passage under a fortress wall
more-havinghaving more, amassing, acquiring
musterassemble, gather together [at], rush
naywordpassword, watchword
NeptuneRoman water-god, chiefly associated with the sea and sea-weather
Ninus[pron: 'niynus] founder of the Assyrian city of Nineveh
numberingestimation, evaluation, assessment
offendassail, attack, fall upon
onsetattack, assault
orbrounded mass, ring, crown
outbragsurpass in beauty, excel in pride
outbravesurpass in bravery, outdo in daring
outbreastoutsing, surpass in voice
outcraftyartfully outwit, surpass in cunning
outgooutdo, outstrip, surpass
outpeersurpass, outrival, exceed
outragepassionate expression, emotional outcry
outsellexceed in value, surpass
outstrikesurpass in striking, deal a swifter blow than
outwearwear away, spend, pass
overblowblow over, pass away, abate
overcomesuddenly come over, swiftly pass across
overdooutdo, surpass
overgotravel through, pass over, traverse
overleappass over, pass by , skip
overpassspend, pass, live out
overpicturesurpass, outdo, excel
overpostpass over, disregard, overlook [of]
overreachovertake, come up with, pass by
overshineoutshine, surpass, excel
overskippass over without noticing, jump lightly over
overslippass by unnoticed, slip past
overtakesurpass, outdo, rival
overtopexcel, surpass, go beyond the (normal) level of
overtripskip over, pass lightly over
overwrestlesurpass, outdo, exceed
pacemove on, proceed, pass on
pacifystay quiet; or: malapropism for ‘satisfy’ [= be assured]
paleenclose, surround, encompass
paragonsurpass, excel, transcend
partakerally, supporter, associate
participationassociation, companionship, fellowship
partnerassociate, equate, match
passsally, witty stroke, quip
passpassage, crossing, thoroughfare
pass[fencing] sword-thrust, lunge
passbout, exchange, round [in fencing]
passsurpass, go beyond, outdo
passpredicament, juncture, critical point
passlet pass, omit, avoid
passbe approved [by], be ratified [by]
passexperience, feel
passpass muster, stand up well
passuse, show, employ
passpass sentence, adjudicate
passpass away, pass from life, die
passgo through, go over
passpass over, ignore, disregard
passcare, heed, trouble oneself about
pass[unclear meaning] trespass; course of action; trickery
passstanding, reputation, estimation
pass[unclear meaning] jest at; impose on; pass judgement upon
passpass through, traverse
passadvance, move on, proceed
passrepresent, impersonate, perform
passmove outside, go beyond
passendure, undergo, experience
passconfirm, ratify, affirm
passtransact, complete, carry through
passissue, end, outcome
passableveritable, real, tolerable
passado[fencing] forward thrust, lunge
passageincident, occurrence, event, happening
passagecombat, contest, fight [= passage of arms]
passagepassing, progress, moving on
passagetraffic, passing to and fro, movement of people
passagejourney, travelling, wandering
passagepassing on, extending, line of descent
passageexpression, turn of phrase
passagepassing away, departure from life, death
passant[heraldry] walking, with three paws on the ground and one raised
passedrecently uttered, just expressed
passengerwayfarer, traveller, passer-by
passingvery, exceedingly, extremely
passingunsurpassed, extreme, pre-eminent
passingringing to mark a death
passionexperience deep feeling, be profoundly moved, grieve
passionpowerful feeling, overpowering emotion [often opposed to ‘reason’]
passionpassionate outburst, emotional passage
passionsuffering, torment, deep grief
passionfit of anger, feeling of rage
passionemotional state, mental condition
passionateimpassioned, vehement, excessively emotional
passionatecompassionate, inclined to pity, tender-hearted
passionateexpress with great emotion
passportdocument providing details
passportlicence given to an inmate of an institution to travel abroad as a beggar
passy-measuresdancing with slow pace
patendish on which the bread is placed during the Mass; shining circle
paxtablet bearing an image of the Crucifixion, used as a symbol of peace within the Mass
peremptorilyassuredly, positively, decisively
Perseusson of Zeus and Danae; advised by Athene to look at the reflection in his shield when cutting off Medusa's head, thereby avoiding being turned to stone; associated with the winged horse released by her death
pew-fellowone who shares a church bench; companion, associate
pilgrimagejourney, passage, voyage
pinchharass, irritate, annoy
piteousfull of pity, compassionate, tender
piteouslyso as to excite pity, evoking compassion
pitifulcompassionate, merciful, tender
pitifullywith compassion, by showing mercy
pitybe merciful to, assist
popularitypopulace, common people, the masses
position[in logic] affirmation, assertion, hypothesis
postpass over, disregard, go through with haste
praiseappraise, assess, put a valuation on
pray in aid[legal] claim the assistance of someone who has a shared interest in a defence action
predicamentcategory, class, division
presenceroyal assembly, eminent company
primitiveoriginal, classical, typical
progressstate passage, royal journey
promiseassure, declare [to], tell plainly
propertymeans to an end, commercial asset
pushattack, assault, thrust
putpass off, palm off, foist on
puzzlecomplicate things for, be an embarrassment for
qualitycompanions, associates, fraternity
quarterdirection, bearing, point [of the compass]
racecourse, passage
rackingwind-driven, passing like smoke
rageviolent outburst, furious passion
rankplace, class, put down
rateallot, apportion, assign
ratedassessed, exposed, evaluated
reasonpower of reason, judgement, common sense [often opposed to ‘passion’]
reckoningassessment of debts, settlement of accounts
recollectgather up, collect, amass
redressrelief, assistance, help, comfort
referassign, give, bestow
reference[unclear meaning] designation, appointment, assignment
relationrelationship, connection, association
reliefassistance, help, aid
relieveaid, assist, rescue
remorsepity, compassion, tenderness
remorsefulcompassionate, caring, full of pity
rescue[cry for help to stop someone escaping] help, assistance
resolvebe certain [of], rest assured, be sure
resolvedconvinced, satisfied, assured
returnpass, transfer
ridepress, harass, pursue
righttypical, true, classic
rightclearly, unmistakeably, assuredly
rivalpartner, associate, companion
rosemaryaromatic shrub, associated with remembering
ruearomatic shrub, associated with repentance, pity
runpass, spread, bring, cause to flow
ruthpity, compassion, sympathy
sackbuttype of bass trumpet, with a trombone-like slide
sacring[in the Mass] rung at the moment of consecration
safesure, certain, assured
safetrustworthily, in an assured way
safeguardunder safe-conduct, with guarantee of safe passage
sailvoyage, passage, sailing
Salic, Saliquename of a law stating that the French crown could be passed on only by males
saltpetresubstance used for making gunpowder [potassium nitrate]
satisfyprovide with information, reassure, convince
Saturnplanet particularly associated with melancholic, morose, or vengeful temperaments
sayshort form of 'assay'
sayingpromising, affirmation, assertion
scanjudge, assess, criticize
secondsupport, assist, reinforce
secondsupporting action, act of assistance
sectclass, kind, sort
sedgevariety of grassy plant, rush
seemermake-believer, pretender, one who assumes a behaviour
self-assumptionself-importance, arrogance, egotism
Semiramis[pron: se'miramis] semi-legendary Assyrian queen renowned for promiscuity, 9th-c BC
servingmeans, agency, assistance
session, sessionsjudicial assembly, trial, court
shamebe ashamed, be embarrassed
shippingvoyage, sailing, passage
sideframe, compass, limit
siegeonslaught, storm, assail
simplenessunpretentiousness, unaffected behaviour, unassuming simplicity
skippass over, fail to see, ignore
skipjump over, avoid, pass by
slipfail to keep, allow to pass by
slipleave unasserted, pass over
slipperyswiftly passing, fleeting
soakingquick to absorb, ready to assimilate
sober-bloodedcalm, passionless, impassive
societycompanionship, fellowship, association
softtender, compassionate, kind
soothtruth [in exclamations, emphasizing an assertion]
soothingreassurance, heartening
sortclass, level, social rank
sortplace, classify, put in the same class
sortassigned portion, allotted measure
sortassociate, keep company with
soundswoon, faint, pass out
spectaclefit with spectacles, give glasses
spectacleseye-glasses
speedassistance, aid, protector
spendbe wasted, go by, pass by
spendwaste, pass unprofitably
spleentemper, spirit, passion [part of the body seen as the source of both gloomy and mirthful emotions]
spleenfulpassionate, furious, hot-headed
steadhelp, assist, benefit
stillimpassive, inscrutable
stingurging of lust, inflaming of passion
storegroup, company, assembly
stoverfodder grass, hay, straw
straitcramped passage, confined path
strike[unclear meaning] tap the casks; fill the cups; clink the glasses; bang the drums
strokeblow, attack, assault
styleappoint, order, assign
subscribeconcur, consent, give assent
subscribeconcur with, give assent to
subsidyspecial tax assessment
succeedpass through inheritance, devolve
successiontransmission, being passed on
succourhelp, assist, aid
succourreinforcements, military assistance
succourhelp, assistance, aid
suranceassurance, guarantee, pledge
suresurely, assuredly, certainly
surelycertainly, doubtless, assuredly
surmountexcel, surpass, outshine
synodassembly, council, gathering
takeassume, pretend, feign
takeundertake a role, assume a responsibility [for oneself]
takeassume a role, carry on
takeassume the burden of, undertake the study of [for oneself]
tasselornamental fringe
tassel-gentlemale peregrine falcon
TaurusBull [second sign of the zodiac, associated with cuckoldry]
tellsay, assert, put it about
testimonywarrant, acknowledgement, assurance
ThasosThassos; island near Philippi, N Greece
Thebes[theebz] city-state in Boeotia, SE Greece; associated with wisdom and learning
thinkfeel time passing slowly, tire of waiting
thoughtenassured, of a mind, thinking
Thracian[pron: 'thraysian] of Thrace; region of ancient NE Greece associated with the worship of Dionysus
thrillpass like a shiver, tremble
throwbestow, cast, pass on
tidecourse, stream, passage
timepassing of time, while
titlerperson asserting a right, claimant
topsurpass, exceed, outstrip
tracerange over, pass through, traverse
tracttrace, trail, evidence of passage
tradetraffic, passage, coming and going
transmigratepass into a new life; or: decompose, rot
travailmovement, motion, passage
trespasswrong, offence, injustice, crime
troopgo along with, be associated with, accompany
trothexclamations, emphasizing an assertion - truly, indeed
troth, by myby my truth [exclamation emphasizing an assertion]
turfyturf-covered, grassy
turmoiledharassed, worried, troubled
unattainteddispassionate, detached, unprejudiced
unchargedunattacked, unassailed
undertakeassume, take on, feign
undoubtedabsolute, assured, true
unlicensedwithout permission, lacking the assent
unparagonedunsurpassable, matchless, not able to be excelled
unsisting[unclear meaning] unassisting; or: unshifting
unsuitableunfashionable, old-fashioned, passe
unvulnerableinvulnerable, unassailable
uphoardhoard, heap up, amass
Ursa Majorthe Great Bear [associated with lechery]
usurpassume, take on, adopt
usurpationencroachment, intrusion, trespass
vadefade, pass away, disappear
vassalsubmissive, abject, yielding
vassalsubject, servile, subordinate
vassalwretch, creature, slave
vassalservant, slave, subject
vassalagehumble people, low subjects
vassalageservitude, subjection, total allegiance
venerealdisplaying the character of Venus, associated with sexual desire
venue[fencing] sword-thrust, assault, thrust
Venusplanet particularly associated with love, beauty, and fertility
VirgoVirgin [sixth sign of the zodiac, associated with Astraea, goddess of justice]
vouchguarantee, assure, warrant
VulcanRoman god of fire, and the gods' blacksmith; his forge was under Mt Etna, and thus associated with destruction and hell
waftagepassage, conveyance by water
wantonsexually hot, passionate, sportive
warrantassure, promise, guarantee, confirm
warrantassurance, pledge, guarantee
warranttell, assure, give good grounds to
warrantact as a pledge for, give an assurance about
wassaildrinking-party, carousal, revels
wastepass, spend, while away
waycourse, passage
wearpass, waste, run out
wearpass, spend
weighjudge, rate, assess the value of
wenchgirl, lass
wilddelirious, ecstatic, passionately elated
willlust, sexual desire, passion
windlasscircuit made to intercept game while hunting; roundabout way
worldwhole of mankind, human race, mass of society
worriedmaltreated, harassed, savaged
yea and no, byby yes and no [emphatic assertion, replacing a real oath]
yokeassociate, link, join, couple
yoke-devilcompanion-devil, associate in evil
zanystooge, clown's assistant, mimic

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abstinence, pass a period offast
accompaniment, bass [in a song]burden
across swiftly, passovercome
allow to pass byslip
amassengross
amassrecollect
amassuphoard
amassingmore-having
ambassador, residentlieger
ambassador, roleembassy
amorphous masschaos
ass, callowcolt
ass, littleassinico, asinico, assenego
assailoffend
assailsiege
assailcharge
assailencounter
assailattempt
assailbeset
assailinfest
assaultassay
assaultonset
assaultstroke
assaultassail
assaultaffront
assaultalarm, alarum
assaultextent
assaultattempt
assaultpush
assaultbattery
assaultencounter
assault [in fencing]venue
assault, shown in an enforced
assaultedenforced
assemblagecongregation
assembleknot
assembleconvent
assemblemuster
assemblycourt
assemblyconvocation
assemblysynod
assemblyknot
assemblychoir, quire
assemblystore
assemblyfleet
assembly, judicialsession, sessions
assembly, royalpresence
assembly, wholegallimaufry
assentaccord
assentcondescend
assentconsign
assentgrant
assentaccord
assent, givesubscribe
assent, givesubscribe
assent, givego
assent, lacking theunlicensed
assentingaccording
assertavouch
assertgive
asserttell
assertionposition
assertionchallenge
assertionclause
assertionsaying
assertion, falsecontrary
assertion, repeatediteration
assesspraise
assessscan
assess the valueweigh
assessedrated
assessmentcensure
assessmentnumbering
assessmentjudgement
assessment of debtsreckoning
assetcommodity
asset, commercialproperty
assiduitydiligence
assiduouslaboursome
assiduousdiligent
assiduous attentionattendance
assiduous service to a ladyindustry
assignappoint
assignstyle
assignrate
assignassure
assignbequeath
assignallot
assigndirect
assignascribe
assignrefer
assignappoint
assigndevise
assign legallyallow
assignationmatch
assigned portionsort
assignmentlimit
assignmentreference
assimilatedigest
assimilate, ready tosoaking
assistcomfort
assistpity
assistsuccour
assiststead
assistsecond
assistrelieve
assistfriend
assistanceaidance
assistancefurtherance
assistanceserving
assistancespeed
assistancerescue
assistancesuccour
assistancerelief
assistanceredress
assistance, act ofsecond
assistance, claimpray in aid
assistance, militarysuccour
assistance, providegood
assistantaccessary
assistantclerk
assistantadjunct
assistant to Roman tribunesaedile
assistant, clown'szany
assisted, unable to beinaidible
assistingaidant
associatemate
associatepartner
associateaccomplice
associatecompeer
associatemell
associatefellow
associateconsort
associatejoin
associateassistance
associatequality
associatecomplice
associatepew-fellow
associateacquaintance
associatecompetitor
associateyoke
associatesort
associaterival
associatecompartner
associatekiss
associateconverse
associatecompanion
associatepartaker
associatecorrival
associatecompany
associate withengage
associate with, impossible toinsociable
associate, intimatefamiliar
associate, scholarlybook-mate
associatedingraft
associatedconsorted
associatedadjunct
associated with, betroop
associated, closelyinward
associationadoption
associationparticipation
associationsociety
associationrelation
associationcompound
association, jointconjunction
assortmentchange
assortmentdifference
assortmentaccount, accompt
assuageatone
assumeusurp
assumeundertake
assumetake
assumeguess
assumeaffect
assume a burdentake
assume a responsibilitytake
assumedborrowed
assumes a behaviour, one whoseemer
assuranceforehead
assurancesurance
assuranceavouch
assurancewarrant
assurancefaith
assuranceboldness
assurancecharter
assurancetestimony
assurance, give anwarrant
assurewarrant
assurewarrant
assurevouch
assurecertify
assurepromise
assuredundoubted
assuredresolved
assuredthoughten
assuredsafe
assuredfast
assured [legal]affeered
assured way, in ansafe
assured, restresolve
assuredlyiwis
assuredlyperemptorily
assuredlysure
assuredlyconstantly
assuredlyright
assuredlycertes
assuredlysurely
AssyriaNinus
AssyriaJudith
AssyriaSemiramis
attention, assiduousattendance
bass accompaniment [in a song]burden
bass voice, utter withbass, base
beauty, surpass inoutbrag
behaviour, one who assumes aseemer
body-part thought to be the seat of the passionsliver
bracelet adorned with ornamental tube-shaped glass beadsbugle-bracelet
brass, hard asbrassy
brass, made ofbrazen
brass, made of thinlatten
brass-workerbrazier
bravery, surpass inoutbrave
burden, assume atake
burning passionfire
callow asscolt
carcasscarrion
carcass, rottingcarrion
claim assistancepray in aid
classgeneration
classsort
classsect
classpredicament
classrank
class differencedifference
classicright
classicalprimitive
classifysort
classroom lessonlecture
clink the glassesstrike
closely associatedinward
clown's assistantzany
collective mass [of people]body
come to passhap
come to passfall
come to passfall
come to passcome
commercial assetproperty
compasscircuit
compasscard
compasscircle
compassside
compassionremorse
compassionruth
compassionmercy
compassion, evokingpiteously
compassion, havecompassion
compassion, withpitifully
compassion, withkindly
compassionateclement
compassionateeffeminate
compassionatepassionate
compassionatesoft
compassionatepiteous
compassionatepitiful
compassionateremorseful
conduct, embarrassingextremity
court [assembly]state
court [assembly]session, sessions
cramped passagestrait
cunning, surpass inoutcrafty
current, pass asgo
cutlasscurtle-axe
debts, assessment ofreckoning
difference, classdifference
dish for Mass breadpaten
dispassionateunattainted
driven by passionlust-breathed
elated, passionatelywild
embarrassed, beshame
embarrassing conductextremity
embarrassment, be anpuzzle
embassyembassade
embassyambassage, ambassy
emotional passagepassion
enclose in glassglass
encompassclip
encompassfold
encompassclip
encompasspale
encompassinginclusive
estate, provision for passing to an heirentail
evidence of passagetract
evil, associate inyoke-devil
expression, passionateoutrage
eye-glassesspectacles
false assertioncontrary
feel time passing slowlythink
fierce passionfury
fit of passionemportment
fit of passionimportment
fodder grassstover
fortress passage excavated to intercept an enemy minecountermine
fortress wall, passage under amine
frail as glassglassy
furious passionrage
glass, enclose inglass
glass, frail asglassy
glass, made ofglassy
glasses, clink thestrike
glasses, givespectacle
grassgreen
grass, fodderstover
grass-covered landgreen
grassyturfy
grassy moundgreen
grassy spacelaund
guarantee of safe passagesafeguard
harassride
harassgrate
harassharry
harasspinch
harassbait
harasschase
harassgrate
harassinfest
harassedturmoiled
harassedworried
harbour, passage into achannel
hard as brassbrassy
harlots, associating withdrabbing
heir, provision that an estate should pass to anentail
herb associated with chastityDian's bud
hourglass [sand of the]glass
impassionedpassionate
impassionedeager
impassivestill
impassivecold
impassivesober-blooded
impossible to associate withinsociable
inflaming of passionsting
inheritance, pass throughsucceed
intimate associatefamiliar
jackassape
jackassfop
joint associationconjunction
judgement, passpass
judgement, passcensure
judicial assemblysession, sessions
land, grass-coveredgreen
lasswench
lass, red-facedblowze
leave unassertedslip
legally assignallow
lesson, classroomlecture
let passpass
life, pass frompass
life, pass into a newtransmigrate
lightly pass overovertrip
listeners, assembly ofauditory
looking-glassglass
massclod
masscontinent
masscongregation
masscompound
massmeasure
mass, amorphouschaos
mass, in aheap
mass, shapelessindigest
massacrelet
masses, of thecommon
masses, thepopularity
massivemassy
mention in passingglance
military assistancesuccour
mine, passage to intercept an enemycountermine
mound, grassygreen
noticing, pass over withoutoverskip
outburst, passionatepassion
over-assuranceconfidence
passoverpass
passoutwear
passwear
passwear
passfleet
passrun
passreturn
passwaste
passglance
pass a period of abstinencefast
pass across swiftlyovercome
pass as currentgo
pass awaypass
pass awaygo
pass awayoverblow
pass awayfleet
pass awayvade
pass awayentertain
pass bycote
pass bybank
pass byspend
pass byoverreach
pass byoverleap
pass byskip
pass byleave
pass by unnoticedoverslip
pass by, allow toslip
pass from lifepass
pass into a new lifetransmigrate
pass judgementpass
pass judgementcensure
pass lightly overovertrip
pass musterpass
pass offput
pass offdaub
pass offconvey
pass onthrow
pass onpace
pass outsound
pass overpost
pass overpass
pass overskip
pass overovergo
pass overoverpost
pass overslip
pass overoverleap
pass over without noticingoverskip
pass pleasantlybeguile
pass sentencepass
pass the timecontrive
pass throughpass
pass throughlose
pass throughtrace
pass throughmeasure
pass through inheritancesucceed
pass time in languishinglanguish
pass unprofitablyspend
pass, come tofall
pass, come togo
pass, letpass
passagewaftage
passageconduit
passagetide
passagesail
passagepass
passagerace
passagetrade
passageway
passagelane
passagemean
passagepilgrimage
passageshipping
passagetravail
passage excavated under a fortress wallmine
passage into a harbourchannel
passage, crampedstrait
passage, emotionalpassion
passage, evidence oftract
passage, stateprogress
passage, windingcrank
passed byconsumed
passed on, beingsuccession
passed, previouslyforepast
passer-bypassenger
passingpassage
passing awaydepart
passing awaydownfall
passing awaypassage
passing bybeside
passing like smokeracking
passing of timetime
passing onpassage
passing swiftlyslippery
passing to and fropassage
passing, mention inglance
passionspleen
passionaffect
passionwill
passionheat
passionblood
passionaffection
passioneffect
passionheat
passionblood
passionappetite
passion, burningfire
passion, burst offlaw
passion, driven bylust-breathed
passion, fiercefury
passion, fit ofemportment
passion, fit ofimportment
passion, furiousrage
passion, inflaming ofsting
passion, lacking sensualcold
passion, violentextreme
passionatespleenful
passionatehot-blooded
passionatehot
passionatefond
passionatewanton
passionateenraged
passionatefurious
passionate expressionoutrage
passionate outburstpassion
passionatelyinvectively
passionatelyardently
passionatelyhotly
passionately elatedwild
passion-freefury-innocent
passionlesssober-blooded
passionless qualitycoldness
passions, body part of theliver
passwordnayword
plant, grassysedge
pleasantly, passbeguile
point [of the compass]quarter
portion, assignedsort
previously passedforepast
provide assistancegood
quality, passionlesscoldness
ready to assimilatesoaking
reassurancesoothing
reassuresatisfy
reassuringcomfortable
red-faced lassblowze
repeated assertioniteration
resident ambassadorlieger
responsibility, assume atake
rhythm, constant bassground
right, person asserting atitler
role, assume atake
rotting carcasscarrion
rounded massorb
royal assemblypresence
ruling classauthority
rung at the consecration [in the Mass]sacring
same class, put in thesort
scholarly associatebook-mate
self-assurancefaith
self-assuredconfident
sensual passion, lackingcold
sentence, passpass
service to a lady, assiduousindustry
shapeless massindigest
shiver, pass like athrill
shown in an assaultenforced
simplicity, unassuming simpleness
society, mass ofworld
space, grassylaund
state passageprogress
striking, surpass inoutstrike
success assured, withmade
surpassoutgo
surpassoverpicture
surpassgo
surpasscome
surpasspass
surpasssurmount
surpassgo
surpassoverdo
surpassoutpeer
surpassovertop
surpassparagon
surpassexceed
surpassoverwrestle
surpasstop
surpassovertake
surpassoutsell
surpassovershine
surpass in beautyoutbrag
surpass in braveryoutbrave
surpass in strikingoutstrike
surpass in voiceoutbreast
swiftly pass acrossovercome
swiftly passingslippery
tablet used in the Masspax
tax assessment, special subsidy
time passing slowly, feelthink
time, pass thecontrive
time, passing oftime
trespassfall
trespasspass
trespassusurpation
trespass uponjet
unassailableunvulnerable
unassaileduncharged
unasserted, leaveslip
unassistingunsisting
unassumingblushing
unassuming simplicitysimpleness
unclassifiableindividable
unimpassionedcold
unnoticed, pass byoverslip
unprofitably passspend
unsurpassableunparagoned
unsurpassedpassing
value, assess theweigh
vassalhomager
vassalfee
vassalliegeman
violent passionextreme
voice, surpass inoutbreast
winding passagecrank

Themes and Topics

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Welsh...sh word first usage in h5 or mw ass as h5 v.i.4 jeshu jesu mw...
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Words Families

 42 result(s).
Word FamilyWord Family GroupWords
ASSBASICass n
ASSPART OF BODYasshead n
ASSAILBASICassail v, assailable adj, assailing adj
ASSAILPEOPLEassailant n
ASSAILNOTunassailable adj, unassailed adj
ASSASSINATIONBASICassassination n
ASSAULTBASICassault n, assault v
ASSAYBASICassay v
ASSEMBLEBASICassemblance n, assemble v, assembled adj, assembly n
ASSENTBASICassent n
ASSHEADBASICsee ASS
ASSIGNBASICassign n, assign v, assigned adj
ASSINICOBASICassinico n
ASSISTBASICassist v, assistance n, assistant adj
ASSISTPEOPLEassistant n
ASSOCIATEBASICassociate n, associate v
ASSUAGEBASICassuage v
ASSUBJUGATEBASICsee SUBJECT
ASSUMEBASICassume v, assumption n
ASSUMESTATEself-assumption n
ASSUREBASICassurance n, assure v, assured adj, assuredly adv, surance n
HEADBADasshead n
SUBJECTACTIONassubjugate v
SURANCEBASICsee ASSURE
UNASSAILABLEBASICsee ASSAIL
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