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William Shakespeare Dictionary I

William Shakespeare

William Shakespeare

ICE-BROOK 
an icy-cold brook 
I'FECKS 
a euphemism in faith
IMAGE 
representation 
IMBARE 
to bare, lay open 
IMMEDIACY 
close connexion 
IMMOMENT 
unimportant 
IMP 
to graft. to splice a falcon's broken feathers 

IMP 
a scion, a child 
IMPAWN 
to stake, compromise 
IMPEACH 
to bring into question 
IMPERCEIVERANT 
perception 
IMPETICOS 
to pocket 
IMPORTANCE 
importunity 
IMPORTANT 
importunate 
IMPORTING 
significant 
IMPOSE 
imposition, meaning command or task imposed upon any one 
IMPOSITIONS 
command 
IMPRESE 
a device with a motto 
IMPRESS 
to compel to serve 
INCAPABLE 
unconscious 
INCARNARDINE 
to dye red 
INCENSED 
incited, egged on 
INCH-MEAL 
by inch-meal, by portions of inches 
INCLINING 
compliant 
INCLIP 
to embrace 
INCLUDE 
conclude 
INCONY 
fine, delicate 
INCORRECT 
ill-regulated 
INDENT 
to compound or bargain 

INDEX 
a preface 
INDIFFERENT 
ordinary 
INDIGEST 
disordered 
INDITE 
to invite, to convict 
INDUCTION 
introduction, beginning 
INDURANCE 
delay 
INGRAFT 
to engraff, engrafted 
INHERIT 
to possess 
INHOOPED 
penned up in hoops 
INKHORN-MATE 
a contemptuous term for a man of learning 
INKLE 
narrow tape 
INLAND 
civilized, well-educated 
INLY 
inward 
INLY 
inwardly 
INQUISITION 
enquiry 
INSCONCE 
to arm, fortify 
INSTANCE 
example, information, reason, proof 
INTENDING 
regarding 
INTENDMENT 
intention 
INTENTIVELY 
attentively 
INTERESSED 
allied 
INTERMISSION 
pause, delay 
INTRENCHMENT 
not capable of being cut 
INTRINSE 
intricate 
INTRINSICATE 
intricate 
INVENTION 
imagination 
INWARD 
an intimate friend
INWARDNESS 
intimacy 
IRREGULOUS 
lawless, licentious 
ITERATION 
reiteration 
William Shakespeare Education - the Elizabethan Alphabet - Differences only 24 letters - Deciphering manuscripts of the era
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