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Wode   Listen
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Wode  n.  Wood.






Collaborative International Dictionary of English 0.48








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"Wode" Quotes from Famous Books



... better than other ben [with] suche other. And also not thankynge h[ym] for thy dayly sustenaunce / clothynge & helth of thy body & for remissyon of thy synnes / for thyn enherytace of heuen [with] other Innumerable. Also rembre thy wode wordes or noysom / or els fals Iugementes in thy mynde / or fals suspycn. Also of ony mouynge to wrath or to vayne heuynes or vayne gladnes. Also serche in thy mynde yf [thou] haue well spended [the] daye & nyght without synne / as yf [thou] haue prayed or rede ...
— A Ryght Profytable Treatyse Compendiously Drawen Out Of Many and Dyvers Wrytynges Of Holy Men • Thomas Betson

... brought them to know it as words without song, without music or melody? I never read a right old English ballad of sumere when the leaves are grene or the not-broune maid, with its rustling as of sprays quivering to the song of the wode-wale, without thinking or feeling deeply how those who wrote them would have been bound to the Romany. It is ridiculous to say that gypsies are not "educated" to nature and art, when, in fact, they live it. I sometimes suspect that aesthetic culture ...
— The Gypsies • Charles G. Leland



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