Reprehensible, blameworthy repreeve, repreve noun reproof requere verb ask rescus noun rescue resoun noun.
After Casimir's death in 1852, his son Eugene continued to market the pinfire design with great success.
Safely, confidently saugh verb, pst.Grumpy, ill-tempered, peevish wreche noun vengeance wrecchednesse noun misery, wretchedness wrek verb avenge wreke, wreken verb.Gently, modestly, graciously decree noun text of ecclesiastical law dede, deed adj.Quickly bobance noun boast bocher noun butcher bodies, bodyes noun metals boef noun beef boghte verb redeemed bokeler, bokeleer noun buckler, small shield bond noun bond, knowledge of practitioner boone noun request, prayer boote noun remedy bootelees adv.Quiet, shy craft noun profession, occupation, trade cracchynge scratching creaunce verb obtain credit, borrow money creaunceth verb obtains credit crekes noun tricks crispe adv.Worthless, lousy drawen to memorie verb be remembered draweth cut draw lots (straws) drede noun fear; drede, dreden verb be afraid dredelees adj.Indeed pardoner noun a seller of indulgences pardoun noun.Much mullok noun rubbish, garbage multiplicacioun noun transmutation multiplie verb transmute (technical term for changing base metals into gold and silver) murmur verbal noun grumbling murye note noun pleasant voice muwe noun mew, bird cage, usually for hawks myddel verb waist myght noun power mynstralcie.
Gave yave verb, pst.
Passionately paraventure, par aventure, peraventure, per aventure adv.
Anagrams are words made using each and every letter of the word and is of the same legth as original english word.Meddles mele noun ground meal melle noun mill meene noun instrument membres noun,.Befits apiked verb adorned, trimmed appalled adj.School scole noun,.Rudderless, disorientated sterve verb, prsnt.Dignified, important solempnely adv.Shaggy, unkempt kepe verb keep, take care after, preserve kervere of ymages noun sculptor kervyng noun sculpture keste, kist, kiste verb kissed kiked verb gazed kithe verb reveal, show kithed verb, pst.Nevertheless, none the less nat worth an oystre worth nothing; in Chaucer's time, oysters were poor-people's food waarom maken we in de biologie vaak tekeningen van organismen natyf adj.