tofee* - a sweet-meat made from sugar or treacle, butter, and sometimes a little flour, boiled together.
stonewall - used as an epithet for one who seeks to confound by dogged resistance.
matrimony* - a husband
busheller* - one who repairs garments for tailors bachelor
alout - to stoop, to bow down aloud
Hindoo* - an Aryan of Northern India (Hindustan)
threefold* - having three parts
hank - to fasten with a hank
waggle - to move (anything held or fixed at one end) to and fro with short quick motions, or with a rapid undulation; esp. to shake (any movable part of the body).
sepoy* - a native of India serving in the british army
tinder - to become inflamed, glow, burn tender
shimmer* - a shimmering light or glow; a subdued tremulous light.
do for - to ruin, damage or injure fatally; to act for or in behalf of.
bullseye - the center of a target, a shot that hits a bull's eye.
phew - a vocal gesture expressing impatience, disgust, discomfort, or weariness.
windy - window; a tall story; a piece of boasting or exaggeration.
quaint* - of things: Skilfully made, so as to have a good appearance, ingeniously or cunningly designed or contrived 29
vagrant* - one who wanders or roams about; wandering, straying, roving.
piltdown - the name of a village in Sussex, England (piltdown man) pillar
knolly - full or abounding in knolls or hillocks
spy - to catch sight of, to discover
gnarly - covered with protuberances; distorted, twisted; barley bird - name given locally to various birds appearing about the time of barley-sowing, as the wryneck, siskin, greenfinch, and sometimes the nightingale.
pree - to try what (a thing) is lide esp. by tasting
pelf - to spoil, rob
bleak - barren, dismal; blackbird - a well-known European song-bird, a species of thrush.
Rothschild* -one who resembles a member of the Rothschild family in being exceptionally rich; a millionaire; wroth - angry, filled with wrath.
uproar* - an insurrection or rising of the populace; a serious tumult, commotion, or outbreak of disorder among the people or a body of persons; loud outcry or vociferation, noise of shouting or tumult.