10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «RUDESBY»
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“She wants to—” Rudesby cut me off with a dramatic sigh. “Look at the women in
this office. Miss van Vliet isn't married, so she doesn't have children. Mrs.
Stevenson,” he said, pointing to the attendance clerk writing out an IOU, “her
People's Magazine: An Illustrated Miscellany for Family Reading
Rudesby, if anybody were to take a leaf out of his book so far as to ask him
bluntly why he makes himself such a beast, might say that he is a child of nature,
and merely does what is natural. And there are people who will find an excuse for
And Rudesby, as you know, is a man of the following sort. He either knows what
is right or he doesn't ; in the former case he is pitiable, in the latter, hateful if not
contemptible. Rudesby either cannot or will not salute people properly in the
The Shakespeare Name Dictionary
... thefamous schoolwas founded in 1567 and maybe John's hometownor
anallusion to his religious education. The nameof the town has Danish origins.
Thereisno reason toaccept theargument that Rudesby was the servant's intended
J. Madison Davis, Daniel A. Frankforter, 2004
The Shakespeare Name and Place Dictionary
Rudesby,. any crude, barbarous person. Shr 3.2.10. TN 4.1.50. Ruffan, 1H4 2.5.
459, Prince Harry's characterization of Oldcastle. The word was sometimes used
as a synonym for Satan. In the late 16th c. and especially in the Romance ...
J. Madison Davis, A. Daniel Frankforter, 1995
Twelfth Night: Third Series
I prithee, gentle friend, 50 55 60 Rudesby insolent fellow; cf. Guazzo on the lack
of manners: 'he which is not [ceremonious] may be taken to be a clowne, a
rudesby, or a contemner of others' (Guazzo, fols 77r–77v; OED). Shakespeare
William Shakespeare, Keir Elam, 2008
Slang and Its Analogues Past and Present: A Dictionary ...
Rudesby, subs, (old colloquial).— A rude boisterous person. [Johnson (1745)'a
low word.'] Cf. sneaksby, idlesbie, wigs by, &c. 1593. Shakspeare, Taming of
the Shrew,iii. 2. A madbrain rudesby, full of spleen. Ibid. (1602;, Twelfth Night, iv.
Twelfth Night Or What You Will
[Draws] SIR TOBY Madam — Rudesby, be gone! scholar. The competitors enter.
SIR TOBY To him, Sir Topas. 22 so Beats Sir Andrew] Rowe subsI.; not in F his
sword] Capell subs!.; not in F Exeunt. . .Fabian] Capell; not in F 22 Why. . .t.here ...
William Shakespeare, Elizabeth Story Donno, 2004
The Taming of The Shrew: Third Series
I must forsooth be forced To give my hand opposed against my heart Unto a mad-
brain rudesby full of spleen 10 Who wooed in haste and means to wed at leisure.
I told you, I, he was a frantic fool, Hiding his bitter jests in blunt behaviour, And ...
William Shakespeare, Barbara Hodgdon, 2010
A Glossary: Or, Collection of Words, Phrases, Names, and ...
647. Hence we clearly see how blood, on the other hand, might be supposed to
represent gold-lace. See GILD. RUDESBY, s. A rude person. To give my hand,
oppos'd against my heart, Unto a mad-brain rudesby, tull of spleen. Tarn. Shrtu, iii
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