Lexicon to the English Poetical Works of John Milton

Lexicon to the English Poetical Works of John Milton

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1907 edition. Excerpt: ...names in Heareuly records now be no memorial: P. L. t. 361. (li) that which keeps a thing in memory, memorial; pl.: P. L. Xii. 252. (2) rb. tr. (a) to set down in writing, put on record: S. A. 984; In thy book record their groans: S. xvm. 5; in emblazonry: P. L. v. 594. (b) to mark: even and morn recorded the third Day: P. L. vn. 338. Recorder, sb. the musical instrument of the flagiolet class: P. L. I. 551. Recount, vb. tr. to tell in detail or in order: P. L. x. 228: recount his praises: P. R. m. 64; recount almighty works: P. L. vn. 112. Recover, rb. (1) tr. (a) to get again, regain; recover speech, words, breath: P. L. iv. 357; xi. 499; S. A. 1555; heart: P. L. x. 966; glory: S. A. 1098; peace: P. L. v. 210. (6) to make up for, retrieve: P. L. n. 22. (2) intr. to regain soundness of body; Adam...from the cold sudden damp recovering: P. L. xI. 294. Iiart. adj. recovered, regained: P. L. t. 240; P. R. I. 3. Recreant, adj. unfaithful to duty; who... turned recreant to God: P. R. In. 138. Recure, vb. tr. to cure, heal: P. L. xn. 393. Red, (1) adj. (a) of a colour resembling that of blood; red fire: N. O. 159; lightning: P. L. t. 175. (6) flushed; mine enemies... grown red with shame: Ps. vt. 22. (c) characterized by violence suggestive of fire; arm again his red right hand to plague us: P. L. n. 174. (2) sb. the colour of red; fiery red: P. L. tv. 978; cloudy red: N. O. 230. See Rosy-red. Redeem, vb. tr. (a) to save, deliver; redeem thee quite from Death's rapacious claim: P. L. xi. 258; thy ransom paid, which Man from Death redeems: P. L. xn. 424. (b) to deliver from sin and its consequence: P. L. In. 281, 299; xn. 434. (c) to make atonement for: to redeem Man's mortal crime: P. L. Ni. 214. (d) to make good; redeem our loss: N. O. 153. past...show more

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