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This word is always used as a term of contempt . So , again , in Lyly ' s Midas ,
1592 : “ — attire never used but of old women and pelting priests . " Steevens . _
overborne their continents : ) Born down the banks that contain them . So , in Lear
5 - patches , ] Patch was in old language used as a term of opprobry ; perhaps
with much the same import as we use raggamufin , or tatterdemalion . Johnson .
Puck calls the players , “ a crew of patches . " A common opprobrious term , which
In the old black letter story of Howleglas , it is always used in that sense : “ — for
at all times he did some mad touch . " Steevens . - mispris ' d mood : ] Miftaken ; fo
below misprifion is mistake . JOHNSON . Mood is anger , or perhaps rather in ...
The substantive pickedness is used by Ben Jonson for nicety in dress .
Discoveries , Vol . VII , Whalley ' s edit . p . 116 : " _ too much pickedness is not
manly . ” Tyrwhitt . · Again , in Nashe ' s Apologie of Pierce Penniless , 1593 : “ he
But allowing the word to be used in that licentious fense , surely our author would
have written , not in , but into , years — i . e . into wrinkles , as in a passage
quoted by Mr . Steevens from Twelfth - Night : “ — he does smile his cheek into
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