10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «WREAKLESS»
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The Coursing Calendar for the spring season 1867, containing ...
Ivory and Wreakless both lost sight of their hare in the run-up ; the former, first to
catch view, gained first turn ; as soon as Wreakless joined in, she suffered a go-
by, and in a smartly-run trial was very easily beaten. Blue Violet went away a ...
THE COURSING CALENDAR FOR THE SPRING SEASON 1867., 1867
A glossary; or, Collection of words ... which have been ...
Timon of Aih. iv. 3. , Wreakless, a. Certainly, (not doubtfully, as Dr. Johnson states
it) for reckless, or retchless. See Retchi.esse. So flies the wreakless shepherd
from the wolf. 3 Hen. VI. v. 6. The later editions even print it reckless. or
Encyclopaedia Perthensis; Or Universal Dictionary of the ...
WREAKLESS. adj. [I know not whether this word be miswritten for reckless,
careless ; or comes from wreak, revenge; and means unre- veoging.]— So Bios
the wreakless shepherd from the wolf ; So first the harmless flock doth yield his
The Works of William Shakespeare
F,F,. wreakless F3F4. 1 7. limed] lim'd F ,F4. limb'd F2 8. sheep] flock Rowe.
Corredted F3. first by Capell. '21. hay] son (Qq) Capell. 10. Roscius] Pope.
Rossius Ff. 3 5. didst] did F2. Richard Hanmer (Warburton). male to] mate of So
quoted by _ ...
William Shakespeare, William George Clark, John Glover, 1864
A new universal etymological technological, and pronouncing ...
WREAKLESS— WRESTLING. Wrack, rak,> 5. A name of the marine plant Wreck,
rek,/ Fucas vesiculosus, called sometimes Sea-wrack, Sea-wreck, or Tangle.
Wrackful, rak't'iil, a. Ruinous ; destructive. Wrain-bolt. — See Wring-bolt Wraith, ...
John Craig (F.G.S.), 1859
The British Magazine and Monthly Register of Religious and ...
Another illegitimate form was that of wreakless, as in the first folio of Shakspeare,
which seems to shew that reckless, though altered in writing, was then at least a
partial pronunciation. Rechelessness is, in fact, one of our oldest words from the
A New Abridgment of Ainsworth's Dictionary: English and ...
Wreakless, sine vindicta. A wreath, sertum, corona. A little wrea'.h, согоИл. A
wreath about a pillar, voluta. To wreath, torquere, crispare. Wreathed, wreathy [ai
a cable] in spiram convolutus. Л wreck or shipwreck, naufra- giiim. Wreck,
The Works of William Shakespeare: King Henry VIII. Troilus ...
Pope, ending the lines 92. reckless] Hanmer. wreailcsse as Ff. FiF2- wreakless
F3F4. 82. A man] as being a man Hanmer. 93. here] F3F4. hcere F,F2. leave of] of
of F2. Collier (Collier MS. and Long MS.). 86 — 88. By Jove. ..remain!] Ar- heart ...
William Shakespeare, William George Clark, William Aldis Wright, 1865
British Magazine, and Monthly Register of Religious and ...
“' I am free to confess that I should rejoice to see the day when the British Church
would be thoroughly purged from those moral defilements,” &c. p. 77 “ A system,
the wreakless .' reckless] spirit of which,” &c. p. 66. " But in our days so rapid as ...
An appendix to his dramatic works. Contents: the life of the ...
Confounded, or corgzptgd also wreakless. MM. 4, 2. cHf. 5, 6. o. , 1. Rctcn tion,
tablebook, memorandum. S. 122; constancy, perseverance , firmness. TN. 2, 4.
Rqtinue, train of attendants. bHd. 4, 8. KL. , 4. \ Retire, retreat in war. alld. 2, 5. TC.
William Shakespeare, 1826