10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «WRIZLED»
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The English Dialect Dictionary: T-Z. Supplement. ...
396, ed. i8a8. WRIVE, see Writhe. WRIZZLED, ppl. adj. Yks. Glo. Som. Also
written wrizled Glo. [ri'zld.] Shrivelled, wrinkled, withered. n.Yks.4 Applied to
withered fruit. Glo. A wrizled apple, a wrizled old woman, Horae Subsecivae (
1777) 468. e.
The English Dialect Dictionary, Being the Complete ...
WRIVE, see Writhe. WRIZZLED, ppl. adj. Yks. Glo. Som. Also written wrizled Glo. [
ri'zld.] Shrivelled, wrinkled, withered. n.Yks.' Applied to withered fruit. Glo. A
wrizled apple, a wrizled old woman, Hora: 5ubsm'vae(1777) 468. e.Som. W. 8: J.
An Index to the Remarkable Passages and Words Made Use of by ...
... destruction bn the enemies caflle - - Tirux/Imlron. 3 1. 343 1 u Written. More I'll
intreat you written to bear along - Air: Well. 3 I' 29' 1 59 Wrizled. lt cannot be, this
weak and wrizled shrimp should strike such terror to hi enemies - - - t IIr/ziyvi.
Dramatic Works: With Explanatory Notes
5 Zl 436 1149 - deflruction on the enemies castle - - 'firm Amiran. 3 2' 343 1 U
Written. More l'll intreat you written to bear along - Alsh 'Ve/I. 3 I' 29! 1 59 Wrizled.
lt cannot be, this weak and wrizled shrimp should strike such terror to his
William Shakespeare, Samuel Ayscough, 1790
Archaic Style in English Literature, 1590–1674
(1.8.47–8) In this 'cruel parody of a blazon', as Andrew Hadfield terms it,15
Spenser balances old and new words. 'Dug' in stanza 47 appears to have been
an early sixteenth-century coinage and 'wrizled' may have been very recently
The Dramatick Works of William Shakespeare: King Henry VI, ...
It cannot be, this weak and wrizled shrimp Should strike such terror in his
enemies. Tal. Madam, I have been bold to trouble you : But, fince your ladyship is
not at leisure, I'll sort some other time to vifit you. Count. What means he now Z-
Go ask ...
William Shakespeare, David Francis, Edmund Munroe, 1803
Faerie Queen Book 1 (A.O.L.T)
Her wrizled skin, as rough as maple rind, So scabby was, that would have loathd
all womankind. Her neather parts, the shame of all her kind, My chaster Muse for
shame doth blush to write; But at her rompe she growing had behind A foxes ...
M. C. (ed.), Jussawala, 1981
The English dialect dictionary
A wrizled apple, a wrizled old woman, Hora: Subseeivne(i777) 468. e.Som. \V.
13L J. G]. (1873). w.Som.l Can't think how 'tis our apples 'on't keep dc year—they
be all a-vrizzled up to nothin'. WRIZZLY,adj. Som. [ri'z]i.] Shrivelled,wrinkled ...
Spenser: The Faerie Queene
... And her sowre breath abhominably smeld; Her dried dugs, lyke bladders
lacking wind, Hong downe, and filthy matter from them weld; Her wrizled skin as
rough, as maple rind, So scabby was, that would haue loathd all womankind.
The Works of William Shakespeare
30 9 mine ears] my Ears F4. 11, 12 Madam... desired,] As in Stee- vens (1793).
As one line in Ff. 12 desired,] om. Pope, reading Madam ...ladyship as one line.
16 abroad] abroad, Pope, abroad? Ff. 21 And] A F4. 23 vrrithled] wrizled Hantner.
William Shakespeare, William Aldis Wright, 1904