10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «QUESTRIST»
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f. lHAPTER. 14. QUESTRIST. (n.) One who goes in quest of another. The San
Francisco fog seems to hold in its dripping silence a muttered menace, a chilling
lurkingness. It comes on little cat feet wrote Carl Sandburg. San Francisco.
Dark Airs: John Berryman and the Spiritual Politics of Cold ...
Sir Partofall, our Best, O the Physicist is (Wizards of Oak Ridge and Los Alamos)
Your questrist foxing up a drug that may Or may not, who knows... The nuclear
physicist 'Sir Partofall' is parodically presented as a chival- ric knight, a questrist' ...
Much Ado, n. i ; Lear, n. i. Quell, sb. murder. Mac. I. 7. Quench, v.i. to grow cool.
Cym. i. 6. Quern, sb. a hand-mill. M. N's Dr. II. i. Quest, sb. enquiry, search,
inquest, jury. M. for M. iv, i; R. III. i. 4: Ham. v. i. Questrist, sb. one who goes in
search of ...
William Shakespeare, 1867
The Plays of William Shakspeare, Accurately Printed from the ...
... the allotted posts, staQuat, a pimple [settled Queasy, squeamish, delicate,
unQuell, to murder, to destroy Quench, to grow cool Quern, a hand-mill [
expedition Quest, inquest or jury, search, Question, conversation Questrist, one
who goes in ...
William Shakespeare, 1849
Annotations on each play
SCENE VII. Line 591. -—-my lord of Glosten] Meaning Edmund, newly invested
with his father's titles. The Steward, speaking immediately after, mentions the old
earl by the same title. JonNsoN. Line 596. Hot questrists after him.] A questrist is ...
William Shakespeare, George Steevens, Samuel Johnson, 1805
The Works of Shakespere
Questrist, one who seeks anRefer, to reserve to. Ruth, pity. other. Regard, look.
Quests, reports. Regiment, government. S. Quiddits, subtleties. Regreet,
exchange of salutation. Sacarson, the name of a bear. Quietus, discbarge.
William Shakespeare, Barry Cornwall, John Ogden, 1843
Julius Caesar. King Lear
A questrist is one who goes in searchor quest of another. Mr Pope and Sir T. l'
lanmer read-quesiers. Stemnti' z Though well 'we may not pass upon his lifl -—--
—.yet our power . Shall do a courtesy to our wrath.] To do a courtesy is to gratify,
William Shakespeare, Joseph Dennie, Isaac Reed, 1809
Bd. Pericles. Poems. Biographische nachrichten. Index
H 1, 4, 10 questrist, s. — L 3, 7, 8 quick, adj. — A C 5, 2, 50 — adj. — L L 2, 1, 32
— adj. (dp.) — 5 H 2, 2, 23 quick-answered — C 3, 4, 56 quietus, s. — H 3, 1, 28
quillet, s. — L L 4, 3, 66 quintain, s. — A Y 1, 2, 36 quit, v. a. — H 5, 2, 31 — v. a. ...
William Shakespeare, Nikolaus Delius, 1864
The plays and poems of William Shakspeare
453. queasy, squeamish, vii. 52. quell, kill, v. 329. .... murder, ii. 87. quern, a hand
-mill, v. 202. quest of love, amorous expedition, x. 21. quests, ix. 143, 243.
question, conversation, v. 115. vi. 23. . . theme, vii. 181. questionable, vii. 233.
William Shakespeare, James Boswell, Edmond Malone, 1821
The Dramatic Works of William Shakespeare
3 A questrist is one who goes in quest or search of another. 3 ' Do a courtesy to
our wrath,' simply means bend to our wrath, as a courtesy is made by bending the
body. To pass on any one may be traced from Magna Charta : — ' Neque super ...
William Shakespeare, 1824
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As for Shakespeare, despite such brain-fades as vastidity and questrist, he does merit his own rich appendix in the book. Other heavyweights are John Milton ... «Sydney Morning Herald, Jul 15»