10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «LOOBILY»
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The Northern Heiress: Or, the Humours of York. A Comedy. As ...
Enter Sir Loobily in a Piss-burnt Periwig, it great Riding Coat, and dirty Linnen.
We!, to Gam. Now, Gamont, look and tremble. L. Am. I was afraid, Sir Loobily, we
should not have had your Company, and that you were so taken up with your ...
Nathan Bailey's Dictionary, English-German and ...
£ummclh aft/ adj. loobily, lubberly, awkward ; adv. loobily, lubberly, awkwardly.
Summclhaf tigfeit/ /. awkwardness , clownishncss. Sump, m. ragamuffin, raggy
fellow; f. farger gitj curmudgeon , hunks, pinch -penny. Sumpen/ m.'rag, tatter,
Nathan Bailey, Johann Anton Fahrenkrueger, 1801
The English-irish Dictionary
I think. it long till he comes. If pro-t Toloo Dogs. gab-Up, 145 md'pnlv'v'gp-Jnii
leifm go 'C'CsJfb re? .ma'ovfge no uozrzfflb n6 no grainDs. All. my life long. In \CE
-zl'b ma into: 'fab. gall. Loobily. adj. Ex. A loobily fellow. brieflD's. All this Day long.
The Comic Theatre: Being a Free Translation of All the Best ...
Our loobily Flemish viscount" Tis a pity he is not here ! " Our loobily Flemish vis- "
count, with whom you begin your complaints, " is a man whose company I cannot
bear ; and " ever since I faw him stand for half an hour " together, ingeniously ...
Néricault Destouches, Pierre Carlet de Chamblain de Marivaux, Molière, 1762
Dizionario Italiano, Ed Inglese Di Giuseppe Baretti: 2
LONGWAYS , adv. pel lungo. LONGWISE, adv. (in the longitudinal direction)
longitudinalmente , pel lungo. LOO , a. giuoco di carte. To LOO, (to set on a dog)
aizzare i cani. LOOBILY , ad}. ex. A loobily fellow . (a loob ) uno sciocco, un
The Church History of Britain: From the Birth of Jesus ...
... because the last in this kind, which, at the Dissolution of abbeys, brought up
the rest of monastical prophecies. • STOW'S " Chronicle " in that year. There was
in Wales a great and loobily image, called 244 CHURCH HISTORY OF BRITAIK.
The Church History of Britain, from the Birth of Jesus ...
Harry, (harass,) huke. Immunity, inculked, impostresses, (female impostors,)
impostrix, indenting, (bargaining,) infamed, innodated, intrado. Joculary. Kin, as
an adjective. Lapped, lashing out, licourish, liegeance, lieger, longsoinencss,
Thomas Fuller, James Nichols, 1842
An English-Welsh Pronouncing Dictionary
... bwrdd crwn Loo, 1W n, mat о cliwnreu ar gardiau. Loobily, lv“v'bi.lî ad,yn 111-
011111111, уп hurt Looby, 111/Ы n, lleban, drelyn, hurtyn Loof, lûf vt, ат llong at
y t Look, Nik n, путь ryd, go wg, trem, вату-(ЕЁ; e rychiîldp; lmddangoaiad, ...
Critical Pronouncing Dictionary, and Expositor of the ...
... long-s&f i'ur-ing a. putient Longways, long'waze ad. in a longitudinal direction [
tedious Longwincird, long-wind'eda. longbreathed, Loo, 166 5. a game at cards
Loobily, 166'b£-ieo. awkward Louln", 166V: s. a clumsy clown [wind Loot', Iflfn. a.
John Walker, Thomas Smith, 1850
The royal dictionary-cyclopædia, for universal reference, ...
Loobily, loo'-be-le, ad. Like a looby ; in an awkward, clumsy manner. Looby, ho'-
be, s. An awkward, clumsy fellow ; a lubber. Loo-choo Islands, loo'-tshoo i-landz,
— SeeLieu- Kieon Islands. Looe East, loo'-eest, A town on the S.E. coast of the ...