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21 September 2014

  • (diff | hist) . . N lifelings‎; 03:45 . . (+257). .Equinox (Talk | contribs)(Created page with "==English== ===Noun=== {{en-plural noun}} # {{cx|nonce|obsolete|lang=en}} Little lives; used as part of an oath. #* William Shakespeare, ''Twelfth Night'' #*: ''Ors...")

19 September 2014

  • (diff | hist) . . m gaddishness‎; 18:44 . . (+228). .Equinox (Talk | contribs)(#* Robert Leighton, Archbishop of Glasgow #*: Elders, be such in grave and pious carriage, whatsoever be your years; for young men may be so, and, possibly, gray hairs may have nothing under them but '''gaddishness''' and folly many years old, habituated)
  • (diff | hist) . . m stintance‎; 04:36 . . (+107). .Equinox (Talk | contribs)(#* ''The London Prodigal'' #*: Nay, I cannot weep you extempore: marry, some two or three days hence I shall weep without any '''stintance'''.)

18 September 2014

  • (diff | hist) . . incedingly‎; 18:45 . . (+208). .Equinox (Talk | contribs)(#* Charlotte Brontë, ''Villette'' #*: Even in the uttermost frenzy of energy is each maenad movement royally, imperially, '''incedingly''' upborne. Her hair, flying loose in revel or war, is still an angel's hair, and glorious under a halo.)