10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «UGSOMENESS»
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The Works ¬of ¬Henry ¬Howard, ¬earl ¬of ¬Surrey ¬and ¬of ...
The ugsomeness and silence of the night. In every place my sprete made sare
aghast Horror ubiqueanimos simul ipsa silentia t-errent. Ihid. The verb ug, to feel
horror at any thing, seems to be the root. VV hence the English word ugly, which
Henry Howard, Thomas Wyatt, George F. Nott, 1815
The Parker Society for the publication of the works of the ...
... there is another6 uieLdy. which write th, Horror mortis gravior ipsa morte ; " The
horror and ugsomeness of death is sorer than death itself." This is the most
grievous pain that ever Christ suffered, even this pang that he suffered in the
Parker Society (Great Britain), 1844
The moan was wicked—perhaps from some hideous witch-hag, to look on whose
ugsomeness would be to die. “ Hush, beating heart of Christabell Jesu, Maria,
shield her well ! She folded her arms beneath her cloak, And stole to the other ...
The Hammersmith Protestant discussion: being an ...
Some write so, and I can believe it, that he suffered in the very place, (and I
cannot tell what it is— call it what you will — even in the scalding-house, in the -
ugsomeness of the place, in the presence of the place,) such pain as our capacity
John Cumming, Daniel French, 1852
The Works of Hugh Latimer ...: Sermons
Some write so, and I can believe it, that he suffered in the very place, and I cannot
tell what it is, call it what ye will, even in the scalding-house, in the ugsomeness
of the place, in the presence of the place, such pain as our capacity cannot ...
Hugh Latimer, George Elwes Corrie, 1844
Transactions of the Hawick Archaeological Society
To rid himself of an unpleasant sight, and a neighbour dangerous to his life from
very ugsomeness, for he was often on horseback and driving about, and could
narrate some hairbreadth escapes he had experienced on her account, ...
Hawick Archaeological Society, 1863
Poems, Supposed to Have Been Written at Bristol, by Thomas ...
Treynted, Æ. 454. Twyghte, E. II. 78. Plucked, fulled. C. Twytte» E. I. 2. Pluck, or
pull. C. Tynge, Tyngue; Tongut. U. Val, T. 138. Helm C. Vernage, H. 3» 11.
Vernaccia. Ital. a sort of rich wine. Ugsomeness, Æ. 507. Terror. C. Ugsomme, E.
Thomas Chatterton, Thomas Tyrwhitt, 1778
Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine
Even Truth knew not all the loathly ugsomeness of Falsehood; nor did the Red-
Crosse, who in his infatuation had embraced her; so she is stripped—and unless
you wish to spoil your appetite for dinner, we advise you not to look on the hag.
Poems Supposed to Have Been Written at Bristol
454. Twyghte, E. II. 78. Plucied, pulled. C. Twytte, E. I. 2. Pluci, or pull. C. Tynge,
Tyngue; Tongue. U. Val, T. 138. Heim. C. Vernage, H. 2. II. Vernaccìa, Ital. a sort
of rich wine. Ugsomeness, JE. 507. Terror. C. Ugsomme, E. II. 5$. Terribly. C.—JE
Thomas Chatterton, Thomas Tyrwhitt, 1777
Late Medieval Mysticism
Dan feareth the heart with ugsomeness of hell, and Naphtali cherisheth it with
benighting 64 of heavenly bliss. Also Asher »Felicitas. " Gen. 3o:13. 6o Scatus.
helpeth his brother without, so that, through them both, the. fl Natural. 62 Murmurs
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... might have been just a paperthin façade for some extremely strong feelings - such as: ugsomeness, the 15th century word used to describe loathing. mumpish ... «Daily Mail, Nov 09»