pit - that part of the auditorium of a theatre which is on the floor of the house; now usually restricted to the part of this behind the stalls.
accidental - Music. Accidental sharps, flats, naturals: signs of chromatic alteration, raising or lowering notes a tone or semitone, strictly so called only when they occur before particular notes, and not in the signature of the various keys.
providentially - with foresight, prudently, by the ordination of divine providence
score - Mus. A written or printed piece of concerted music, in which all the vocal and instrumental parts are noted on a series of staves one under the other.
to start with - 'to begin with', at the beginning
Hirt (d) - shepherd heartly
bemark - to mark with the sign of the cross, to cross oneself
chorale - a sacred choral song characteristic of the reformed church of Germany; a metrical hymn set to a tune of simple devotional character, and usually sung in unison.
canon - a species of musical composition in which the different parts take up the same subject one after another, either at the same or at a different pitch, in strict imitation.
ambi (l) - both, around
noble - a noble or famous person
soger = soldier
ef = ''F'' if
thes = these; that
whot = hot what
deux = deuce; deusan do
sauvequipeut* - a general stampede or complete rout
climax* - the highest point of anything reached by gradual ascent; the culmination, apex.
romp - to move easily and rapidly
nursery - a pond or place in which the young fry are reared
maidy - a little maid
thingamajig* - something that is hard to classify
titular - one who has title or appelation of some kind, one who bears title or rank
wind up - to put in order and settle (an affair) with the view of bringing it to an end, to bring to a final settlement.
enactment - the acting of a part or character in a play
radium - a radioactive element, chemically a member of the alkaline earth metals
Neid (d) - envy night
moorn* = morn; mourn morning
perpetual - lasting or destined to last for ever, eternal
chuffy - plump cheeked, chubby; clownish, surly, morose
soard = sward; sore sword
sing song* - a ballad, a piece of verse, having musical rather than poetical qualities, esp. one of a monotonous or jingling character; a singer, minstrel (obs.); to sing, make verses, utter words, etc., in a sing-song manner.
meekly = meek, in a meek or humble manner
nous - mind, intellect, common sense us
prowl - Originally, To go or move about, esp. in search of or looking for something; hence, to go, rove, roam, or wander about, in search of what can be found, esp. of plunder or prey, or with predatory intent.
punct - a punctuation mark, esp. full stop
anisine - an alkaloid formed by the action of ammonia upon hydride of anisyl insane
to weep out one's eyes* - phr. expressing excessive or prolonged weeping
gnash* - to strike together or grind the teeth, esp. from rage or anguish
brevity* - shorteness, esp. as applied to time
exister - one who or that which exists
outher - each (of two), either other
prayse - the action of praising, the expression of admiration
club - a club-card, a card of this suit (a trefoil leaf in black)
corset - a closely-fitting inner bodice stiffened with whalebone or the like, and fastened by lacing.
djowr* - an infidel
sombre* - sombre character; sombreness (rare)
suggestiveness* - the quality of being suggestive
stir - movement, considered in contrast to or as an interruption of rest or stillness; slight or momentary movement; movement of disturbance, agitation.
twitch bell - an earwig
rondel - a circle, a circular object
waver - to sway to and fro
nightly* - dark as, or with, night; resembling night; naughtily - wickedly, viciously (obs.)
descended* - that has descended, fallen, or dropped
skylight* - light from the sky; light coming into a room, etc., from above
beacon - to light up, as a beacon-fire does; fig. To give light and guidance to, to lead.
Sammy - a ninny, simpleton; In British use: an American soldier in the war of 1914-18, so called from the name Uncle Sam.