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glossary of words and phrases used in S.E. Worcestershire

Jesse Salisbury

glossary of words and phrases used in S.E. Worcestershire

together with some of the sayings,customs, superstitions, charms, &c. common in that district.

by Jesse Salisbury

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Published by J. Salisbury in London .
Written in English


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Worcestershire sauce. In the states we say pronounced WOO-stih-sheer, but in Great Britain, in the town of Worcester, they pronounce it WUH-ster. I like that better. As with steak sauce, Worcestershire sauce is a blend that has many variations in the ingredients list, and the taste. Lea & Perrins is the most popular for good reason. It tastes good. This book was originally published prior to , and represents a reproduction of an important historical work, maintaining the same format as the original work. While some publishers have opted to apply OCR (optical character recognition) technology to the process, we believe this leads to sub-optimal results (frequent typographical errors.

A glossary of words used in Swaledale, Yorkshire (E.D.S.) —— & Wilkinson, T. T. Lancashire folk-lore Lancashire legends, traditions, pageants, sports, etc. With an appendix containing a rare tract on the Lancashire Witches Words with the Letter A can help you score big playing Words With Friends® and Scrabble®. Having a list of words with a specific letter, or combination of letters, could be what you need to decide your next move and gain the advantage over your opponent.

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Common in that district. by Jesse Salisbury. London: Published By Trubner & Co. For the English Dialect Society, Orginal English Dialect Society publications, from Series C. Original Glossaries. A Glossary of Words And Phrases Used in S. Worcestershire, Together With Some of the Sayings, Customs, Superstitions, Charms, &c.

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Worcestershire, together with some of the sayings, customs, superstitions, charms, &c. common in that district Author: Salisbury, Jesse Publisher: London J. 2, English Phrases and Sayings - each one explained. A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush. A bunch of fives. A chain is only as strong as its weakest link.

A change is as good as a rest. A countenance more in sorrow than in anger. A Daniel come to judgement. A diamond in the rough. A diamond is forever.

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stone-breaking or oakum-picking. Second, you can click through the words in the text to see a detailed "word sketch" of any of the words -- showing their definition, and detailed information for the word from COCA -- collocates (which provide meaning into the meaning and usage of the word), re-sortable concordance lines, and the frequency of the word (overall, and by genre).Old Woman to Young Master: ‘An”ow is the missis to-day, door wretch?’ Of a boy going to school a considerable distance off ‘I met ‘im with a bit o’ bread in ‘is bag, door wretch’” (“A Glossary of Words and Phrases used in S.E.

Worcestershire,” by Jesse Salisbury. Published by .Decker followed fifty years afterwards, but helped himself, evidently, to his predecessor’s labours. Shakspeare, Beaumont and Fletcher, Ben Jonson, and Brome, each employed beggars’ cant as part of the machinery of their plays.

Then came Head (who wrote The English Rogue in ) with a Glossary of cant words “used by the Gipsies.” But.