sneaker - a soft-soled, noiseless slipper or shoe.
track rekord* - the total number of a person's successes esp. in his work or job.
post - to place, station, stop; Mil. and Naval. To appoint to a post or command.
instance - urgent or earnest solicitation, instigation, request.
ibid - in the same place
commend -extol; commander of the faithful - a title of the caliphs.
sultan* - the sovereign or chief ruler of a Muslim country.
sate - satisfy
trop - - turn, change; drop dead - to die very suddenly.
alicubi (l) - somewhere
charge hand* - a workman who is in charge of a particular piece of work.
roche - any of various rocks
lowe - flame, blaze, to glow; laugh; lie
gob - mouth, sailor God
nark - informer; to watch, look after
defile* - pollute, debase
cabful - as much or as many as cab will hold cupful
bash - a good time, entertainment
slander - the utterance or dissemination of false statements or reports concerning a person, or malicious misrepresentation of his actions, in order to defame or injure him.
flat - clear and unmistakable, exact
southron - southerner, Englishman, a native of the southern states of the U.S.
homogenous* - congruous, befitting
grave - highly serious, formidable
impropriety - unbecomingness, unseemliness, indecency; morally improper conduct.
woodward - an english forest officer charged with guarding a wood
regarder - an officer who inspects royal forests and ascertain trespasses of the law.
shomer - guardian, watchman
chin - to talk idly, chatter
chinchin - to talk casually, trivial talk
immodest - improper, indelicate, indecent, lewd, unchaste.
dainty - of delicate or tender beauty or grace, delicately pretty
maidservant - a female servant
swelth* - a swelling; a whirlpool
rushy - made of or resembling rushes, abounding in rushes; quick, hurried, in a rush.
hollow - a hollow or concave formation or place, which has been dug out, or has the form of having so been.
whither - where
pinner - a woman's cap
eventide - evening
testimony - personal or documentary evidence or attestation in support of a fact or statement; hence, any form of evidence or proof.
first offender* - one who has committed a first offence, and obtains the conditional remission of punishment provided by the 'First Offenders' Act' of 1888. (...Keepers are punished for this by a fine for the first offence; and for the second by stripes).
vert - green vegetation growing in a wood or forest and capable of serving as cover for deer (...Destruction of vert is destruction of venison).
venison - any beast of chase or other wild animal killed by hunting, esp. one of the deer kind (...The master-keepers' and groom-keepers' duty is to preserve the vert and venison in their respective bailiwicks and walks).
incautious - unwary
attenuate - to weaken or reduce in force, effect, or amount; to become slender, thinner, or weaker.
sokeman - a man under the jurisdiction of another
Saint Martin's summer* - Indian summer when occuring in november
toman - a hillock, a mound of earth; a Persian gold coin
maler = males - pl. of male
abush - to ambush
keep back* - to restrain, retard; to conceal
erstwhile - former
burr - anything
that appears to stick in the throat or that produces a choking sensation,
accumulation of phlegm, huskiness; 'a lump in the throat'.