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163 examples of  hym  in sentences

163 examples of hym in sentences

According to the "Grete Herbale," "if the hare come under it, he is sure that no beast can touch hym."

His friend, Ascham, had already said: 'He that wyll wryte well in any tongue muste folowe thys councel of Aristotle, to speake as the common people do, to think as wise men do, and so shoulde every man understande hym.

For the custom is suche, that no straungere schalle come before him, but zif he zeve hym sum manere thing, aftre the olde lawe, that seythe, Nemo accedat in conspectu meo vacuus.

And zee schulle undirstonde, that the people, that he hathe so many hostes offe, abouten hym and aboute his wyfes and his sone, thei dwelle not contynuelle with him: but alle weys, whan him lykethe, thei ben sent fore; and aftre whan thei han don, thei retournen to hire owne housholdes; saf only thei that ben dwellynge with hym in houshold, for to serven him and his wyfes and his sones, for to governen his houshold.

And zee schulle undirstonde, that the people, that he hathe so many hostes offe, abouten hym and aboute his wyfes and his sone, thei dwelle not contynuelle with him: but alle weys, whan him lykethe, thei ben sent fore; and aftre whan thei han don, thei retournen to hire owne housholdes; saf only thei that ben dwellynge with hym in houshold, for to serven him and his wyfes and his sones, for to governen his houshold.

And who so that may be founden with that synne, sykerly thei slen hym.

Also whan thei wille make hire ydoles, or an ymage of ony of hire frendes, for to have remembrance of hym, thei maken alle weys the ymage alle naked, with outen any maner of clothinge.

After men setten him upon a blak stede, and so men bryngen him to a cheyere fulle richely arrayed, and there thei crownen hym.

And thanne alle the cytees and gode townes senden hym ryche presentes; so that at that iourneye, he schalle have more than 60 chariottes charged with gold and sylver, with outen jewelles of gold and precyouse stones, that lordes zeven hym, that ben withouten estymacioun: and with outen hors and clothes of gold and of Camakaas and Tartarynes, that ben with outen nombre.

And thanne alle the cytees and gode townes senden hym ryche presentes; so that at that iourneye, he schalle have more than 60 chariottes charged with gold and sylver, with outen jewelles of gold and precyouse stones, that lordes zeven hym, that ben withouten estymacioun: and with outen hors and clothes of gold and of Camakaas and Tartarynes, that ben with outen nombre.

And zif the kyng him self do ony homycydie or ony cryme, as to sle a man, or ony suche cas, he schalle dye therefore; but he schalle not be slayn, as another man, but men schulle defende in peyne of dethe, that no man be so hardy to make him companye, ne to speke with hym, ne that no man zeve him ne selle him ne serve him nouther of mete ne drynk: and so schalle he dye in myschef.

And when he saughe hire gret feythe and hire trouthe, that was amonges hem, he seyde that he wolde not greven hem: and bad hem aske of him, what that they wolde have of hym, ricchesse or ony thing elles; and thei scholde have it with gode wille.

The kyng of that yle is fulle ryche and fulle myghty: and natheles he holt his lond of the grete Chane, and is obeyssant to hym.

And in the myd place of on of his gardynes, is a lytylle mountayne, wher there is a litylle medewe: and in that medewe, is a litylle toothille with toures and pynacles, alle of gold: and in that litylle toothille wole he sytten often tyme, for to taken the ayr and to desporten hym: for that place is made for no thing elles, but only for his desport.

And amonges alle, I schewed hym this tretys, that I had made aftre informacioun of men, that knewen of thinges, that I had not seen my self; and also of marveyles and customes, that I hadde seen my self; as fer as God wolde zeve me grace: and besoughte his holy fadirhode, that my boke myghten be examyned and corrected be avys of his wyse and discreet conscille.

but I will fynde it for hym; And yf to doe hym good

but I will fynde it for hym; And yf to doe hym good

Come, I will followe hym: when Charles dothe flye From honor, where shall goodnes hope to lye?

Though certaynlie desyer's the onlye thynge Of strengthe about hym, and that strength is hys With a conceyt that putts desyers in act.

Heaven forbydd Yf I shoulde torture hym I love so muche, Beyond expression!

Mesantius wrathe, That tyed dead to the livinge, seemes in hym The joy of all man's wishes.

I cannot blame hym; tis a furye man Can neither tame nor conquer.

Fyrst Ile dare All pangs make men thynke of mortallytie, But I will love hym; yes, I will love hym styll And so be servd both in my lust and will.

Fyrst Ile dare All pangs make men thynke of mortallytie, But I will love hym; yes, I will love hym styll And so be servd both in my lust and will.

No more; He that perswades me from thys loved embrace Is my most mortall enemye, and here I sweare Ile hate hym to destructyon.

Come, Gabriella, let us sett her downe; And seate her easylie, doe not hurt my queene; The downie breathe that sweepes alongst the meads, Kissinge the gentyll flowers that sweeten hym, Are stormes and tempests to her tenderness: [They place the dead bodye in a chayre.

Alas, tys she maks hym not Charlymayne! Char.

Call hym; you shall be hearde, You are to me toe pretyous to take wronge.

For so I must repute hym, though hys pyttie Be myne afflyction) to poyson me.

Would a loved vertue as I knowe you doe, I then would honor hym.

By heaven a does rewarde hym for hys synne.

Even to my selfe a swore a should not love me; And who that knowes hym, knowes he is not ledd By the charme of hys voyce onlye? Eld.

Lost from the courte he left behynde hym there All cares and all vexatyons: nowe he sleepes, Eats, drynks and laughes, and, but when he dothe sweate, Moves not hys hatt tyll bedd tyme; dothe not fawne, Nor croutche, nor crynge, nor startche his countenance; Is not tane up with other mens affayres But onlye looks to's owne comodytie.

I doe comend your tempers, but, madam, tys Hys highnes pleasure, for some spetyall ende Onlye to hym reveald, that instantlye Your sonne repayre to'th courte, which I intreate You will imparte unto hym.

I doe comend your tempers, but, madam, tys Hys highnes pleasure, for some spetyall ende Onlye to hym reveald, that instantlye Your sonne repayre to'th courte, which I intreate You will imparte unto hym.

Give hym but tyme and a wadger with thee, Richard, he asks somewhat.

See, see, the emperour instructs hym; a good oulde loveinge soule and he is a good ould love he has chossen.

A touches hym most bouldlye.

Nephewe, this may suffyce you; if't be light Ile lay more burthens on hym.

I must see Ganelon & speake theise douts: This quarrell most concerns hym, for the wronge And capytall abuse toucht onlye hym.

I must see Ganelon & speake theise douts: This quarrell most concerns hym, for the wronge And capytall abuse toucht onlye hym.

I gave a constant promyse never more To vyssytt hym without the emperours leave, And yet I will adventure.

I am resolvde; Thoughe I had thousand ways to scape besyde, Yet I will stay onlye to murther hym.

[Hydes hym.

[Stabbs hym.

Yet no newse of my brother: as I live The youth is valyent, feare deters hym not.

And I will honor hym.

Thats decreed For in such tearms I meane to sett hym fourthe

As shall even burst hys gall with agonye: Nay, it shall make hym never darre t'apeare Where men resorte, or knowe ought but hys feare.

My cares & feares are past, but Ganelons Thys letter woulde revyve if t'were reveald, Nay begett newe ones to hym of suche wayghte That he must synke beneathe theym.

Richards pockett When I interrd hym, subscribd by Ganelon, Whereby's owne hand would leade hym to the blocke Should I discover it; for heres contaynd The kyngs abuse & Gabriellas whoreinge.

Richards pockett When I interrd hym, subscribd by Ganelon, Whereby's owne hand would leade hym to the blocke Should I discover it; for heres contaynd The kyngs abuse & Gabriellas whoreinge.

But I am nowe beforehand: to hym selfe Ile give thys letter; so begett[101] in hym A fyrme beleife of myne integrytie Which nowe goes upryghte, does not halte betweene Preferment & disgrace; for, come what will, I am all Ganelons & wilbe styll.

But I am nowe beforehand: to hym selfe Ile give thys letter; so begett[101] in hym A fyrme beleife of myne integrytie Which nowe goes upryghte, does not halte betweene Preferment & disgrace; for, come what will, I am all Ganelons & wilbe styll.

If in some flowrye meade th'ast hym interrd

The poyson of hys synns will choake the sprynge, And, if thou hast not layd hym deepe enoughe, Corrupt the ayre & cause a generall plauge.

It calls up all hys bloode into hys face And muche dystempers hym.

Why, if that were the ende Of's vysytatyon, then it needs must followe That thys prevayld not with hym.

It is resolvd that my systers onlye ende Was to enjoy Rychard unlawfullye: Howe might a fallinge out twyxt hym & me Assyst the ende (for such a thynge she causd)?

I am madd: I pray thee, Diddier, helpe me to cursse Me & my rashnes, that so curbd my reason I would not heare hym speake

but put hym strayght To everlastynge sylence.

Yes I have murderd hym & it becomes The gloryous parte of conquerynge my selfe, To say hereafter, when I would relate A storye worth attentyon, that thys hande, Thys constant ryght hand, did deliver me In spyghte of dottage & my naturall pittye.

Oli Yes, had he not beene pretyous unto you, But hys muche faythe to you did make me hate hym,

Oh, Didier, I was a barbarous wretche in kyllinge hym.

But stay, Let all sweete rest preserve hym: I will thynke Howe reelinge in the anguyshe of hys wounds I would not heare hym when a was about To teache repentance, and that onlye thought Shall melt me into cynders.

But stay, Let all sweete rest preserve hym: I will thynke Howe reelinge in the anguyshe of hys wounds I would not heare hym when a was about To teache repentance, and that onlye thought Shall melt me into cynders.

For hys deathe I murderd theise: thys temporyzinge knave Buryed him last nyght; all I can aleadge Agaynst hym is concealment of the murther.

A gallopps ore the newe plowde lands as fast As twere a comon hye way, yet no speeche Can make hym to forsake theym.

Eudon, goe Bydd hym dismounte & as he loves hys life Presentlye come before us.

But with hym must be joynd your greatest enemye.

Thy father houlds as much unworthynes As may excusse tyrranye in a prynce: Yet for thys goodnes & thys industrye, Th'example of the sweetest disposytion, For all th'offences yet reveald unto me I freelye pardon hym.

Shall I be torturd with hym? Tur.

Goe presentlye And give him fortye lashes: make hym bleede Soundlye, away with hym! Fue.

Goe presentlye And give him fortye lashes: make hym bleede Soundlye, away with hym! Fue.

Away with hym!

Away with hym, But on your lives give hym no punyshment.

Away with hym, But on your lives give hym no punyshment.

all by hym And hys right hand, with thys ill mans advyse, Murderd unjustlye.

In peace at hande the Farriers must be hadde, For lanncing, healinge, bleedinge, and for shooeinge, In Warres abroade of hym they wille be gladd To cure the wounded Horsse, still he is douinge, In peace or warre abroade, or ellse at home, To Kinge and Countrie that some good may come.

Richard Marler stipulates in his will that his priest is to have the "stypend or wagis of nyne marks by yere so long as he shall be of good and prestly conversacyon and demeanor, wt' a p'vyso that yf the seyde prest be ffounde otherwyse, after monyc'on and reasonable warnyng to hym geven, he to be removed.

complaining of the ingratitude of his servants, mentions one who had promised never to desert him, and "ther uppon," says he, "I have kepyd hym thys iii yer to pleye Seynt Jorge, and Robyn Hod, and the Shryf off Notyngham, and now when I wolde have good horse he is goon into Bernysdale, and I without a keeper.

17 The kyng ought to kepe hym in the bande Reg. 20 Of the lawe of God the same readynge Prov.

25 Take away vngodlines from the Kyng And his seat shall be stablyshed with ryght judgmet Let vs pray for the Kyng and hym honour EDWARD the sext our earthlye socour God save ye Kyng.

"Let hym that is angry euen at the fyrste consyder one of these thinges, that like as he is a man, so is also the other, with whom he is angry, and therefore it is as lefull for the other to be angry, as unto hym: and if he so be, than shall that anger be to hym displeasant, and stere hym more to be angrye."SIR

"Let hym that is angry euen at the fyrste consyder one of these thinges, that like as he is a man, so is also the other, with whom he is angry, and therefore it is as lefull for the other to be angry, as unto hym: and if he so be, than shall that anger be to hym displeasant, and stere hym more to be angrye."SIR

"Let hym that is angry euen at the fyrste consyder one of these thinges, that like as he is a man, so is also the other, with whom he is angry, and therefore it is as lefull for the other to be angry, as unto hym: and if he so be, than shall that anger be to hym displeasant, and stere hym more to be angrye."SIR

"Let hym that is angry euen at the fyrste consyder one of these thinges, that like as he is a man, so is also the other, with whom he is angry, and therefore it is as lefull for the other to be angry, as unto hym: and if he so be, than shall that anger be to hym displeasant, and stere hym more to be angrye."SIR

I beseche hym make you all mery in the hope of heauen.

But yet she pyncheth hym with a shrewde wife.

"Forasmoche as we by divers meanes bene credebly enformed and undarstand for certyne, that owr greate adversary Henry, naminge hym selfe kynge of England, by the maliceous counseyle and exitacion of Margaret his wife, namynge hir selfe queane of England, have conspired," &c.EDWARD IV: Letter of Privy Seal.

And therefor, though he had thus made a Realme, holy Scripture denyd to cal hym a Kyng, Quia Rex dicitur a Regendo; Whych thyng he did not, but oppressyd the People by Myght."SIR

Than for as moche as a philosopher saithe, he wrapeth hym in his frende, that condiscendeth to the ryghtfull prayers of his frende: therefore I have given the a sufficient astrolabye for oure orizont, compowned after the latitude of Oxenforde: vpon the whiche by meditacion of this lytell tretise, I purpose to teche the a certame nombre of conclusions, pertainynge to this same instrument.

Arst he adde at Rome ybe, and, vor ys grete wysdom, The pope Leo hym blessede, tho he thuder com, And the kynges croune of hys lond, that in this lond gut ys: And he led hym to be kyng, ar he kyng were y wys.

Arst he adde at Rome ybe, and, vor ys grete wysdom, The pope Leo hym blessede, tho he thuder com, And the kynges croune of hys lond, that in this lond gut ys: And he led hym to be kyng, ar he kyng were y wys.

An he was kyng of Engelond, of alle that ther come, That vorst thus ylad was of the pope of Rome, An suththe other after hym of the erchebyssopes echon.

Ac ys gode moder ofte smale gyftes hym tok, Vor to byleue other pie, and loky on ys boke.

Also payd to hym that dyd wryght the said x Commaundements and for ther drynking lxvjs.

hym so yt he maye be a presydent for them that shall have the offyce; for they wyll but jess att itt, and saye it is butt a mony matter: therefore lett them paye well for the penaltie whiche was sett on theire heads.

to one Cowherd, "borowed of hym to thuse of the Churche," "certeyn sylver Spones of the Churche stocke."

The yere by Decembre takelh his ende, And so dooth man at three-score and twelve, Nature with aege wyll hym on