I should only have to change the outcry:-- "I loved Aniela; forty thousand Lauras could not make up my sum."
And ov' (over, besides) that, the saide valyes or hopes of Kidlande lyeth so distant and devyded by mounteynes one from an other, that such as Inhabyte in one of these hoopes, valeys, or graynes, can not heare the Fraye outcrye, or exclamac'on of such as dwell in an other hoope or valley upon the other side of the said mountayne, nor come or assemble to theyr assystance in tyme of necessytie.
Mechall Mention ( = dimension) Mew Middleton, quotation from his Family of Love Minikin ( = fiddle) Mistris Moe Monthes mind Mooncalf More hayre than wit Morglay Mosch Mother Motion ( = suggestion, proposal) Mouse Much (ironical) Mumchance Muscadine Muschatoes ( = moustaches) Mushrumps ( = mushrooms) Music played between the acts Muskadine with an egg My Love can sing no other song (See Appendix) Mynsatives Nephewes Nero, his poems Newmarket Nifle Night rail Ninivie, motion of Noddy Old Orphant Outcryes Outface with a card of ten Overseene Owe Pantables ( = slippers) Paris Garden ditch Pavine Pedlars' French Peele's Hunting of Cupid Peeterman Persius quoted Pharo, by the life of (This oath occurs in first edition, 1601, of Every Man in his Humour: in the revised edition it was altered to "by the foot of Pharaoh.")
My seryous counsaylls and's owne servyces He sells like goods at outcryes--"Who gives most?"
I knew what I wanted--wealth, education, a refined home, and a conscientious, cultured lady for a wife; for, Mr. Dodd"--this with a formidable outcry--"every man is bound to marry above him: if the woman's not the man's superior, I brand it as mere sensuality.
There was a great outcrying and trembling of hearts at the farm-house when Donald and Elspie appeared in this sorry plight of torn and burned clothes, blackened faces, scorched and singed hair.