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" 1. A piece of leather, worn on the right hand side of the petticoat, by spinners with the rock, on which the spindle plays, and the yarn is pressed by the hand of the spinner. 2. The skinny part of roasted meat which before the whole can be dressed, becomes... "
The Vocabulary of East Anglia: An Attempt to Record the Vulgar Tongue of the ... - Page 357
by Robert Forby - 1830
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A General Dictionary of Provincialisms

William Holloway (of Rye, in Sussex.) - English language - 1839 - 194 pages
...summer, to be eaten in its soft and curdy state, or it soon becomes uneatable. Norf. Z. TRIP-SKIN, s. A piece of leather worn on the right hand side of the petticoat, by spinners'witll the rock, on which the spindle plays, and the yarn is pressed by the hand of the spinner....
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A General Dictionary of Provincialsims ...

William Holloway (of Rye, in Sussex.) - English language - 1840 - 194 pages
...summer, to be eaten in its soft and curdy state, or it soon becomes uneatable. Л"/./. TRIP-SKIN, s. Л piece of leather worn on the right hand side of the petticoat, by spinners'with the rock, on which the spindle plays, and the yarn is pressed by the hand of the spinner....
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A Dictionary of Archaic & Provincial Words, Obsolete Phrases ..., Volume 2

James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps - English language - 1852
...to vault, or tumble. TRIPPET. (1) The same as Trip (5). (2) A quarter of a pound. Yorksh. TRIP-SKIN. (1) A piece of leather, worn on the right hand side of the petticoat, by scumer«. with the rock, wv -«V\<îïv ЧХж. ■k^ycSüa. -^-sï«andthe yarn is pressed by the...
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Promptorium Parvulorum Sive Clericorum, Dictionarius Anglo ..., Volume 54

Galfridus (Anglicus) - English language - 1853
...doubtless what is now called in Norfolk " a Tripskin,—a piece of leather, worn on the right-hand side of the petticoat by spinners with the rock, on...and the yarn is pressed by the hand of the spinner." FORBY. " A rybbynge skyne, netriiia,pellicudia." CATH. ANG. " Pellicudia, a rubbynge skynne." ORTUS....
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The Poetical Works of John Skelton, Volume 3

John Skelton - 1856 - 453 pages
...Halliwell's Diet. See also the same, in v. Trip-skin: " a piece of leather, worn on the right-hand side of the petticoat by spinners with the rock, on...the yarn is pressed by the hand of the spinner.— Forby."] v. 803. thrust] ie thirst. v. 305. But drynke, styll drynke, And let the cat wynke] So in...
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Dictionary of Obsolete and Provincial English: Containing Words ..., Volume 2

Thomas Wright - English language - 1857 - 1039 pages
...». (1) A piece of leather worn by spinners with the rock, on the right-hand side of the petticoat, on which the spindle plays, and the yarn is pressed by the hand of the spinner. Norf. (2) The skinny part of roasted meat. Norf. Trise, v. To pull up. Trissoure, s. A woman's tresses....
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Dictionary of Obsolete and Provincial English: Containing Words ..., Volume 2

English language - 1857
...TRIP-SKIN,». (1) A piece of leather worn by spinners with the rock, on the right-hand side of the petticoat, on which the spindle plays, and the yarn is pressed by the hand of the spinner. Norf. (2) The skinny part of roasted meat. Norf. TRISE, в. То pull up. TRISSOURE, ». A woman's...
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THE POETICAL WORKS OF JOHN SKELTON: PRINCIPALLY ACCORDING TO THE EDITION

REV. ALEXANDER DYCE - 1864
...Halliwell's Diet. See also the same, in v. Trip-skin : " a piece of leather, worn on the right-hand side of the petticoat by spinners with the rock, on...the yarn is pressed by the hand of the spinner.— Forby."] v. 303. thrust] ie thirst. v. 305. But drynke, styll drynke, . And let the cat wynke~\ So...
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The British poets, Volume 3

1866
...Trip-skin: " a piece of leather, worn M the righUjand side of the petticoat by spinners with the nxk, on which the spindle plays, and the yarn is pressed by the hand of the spinner.— v. 303. tliruit] ie thirst v. 805. I'.'ii drynke, styll drynke, Ami let the cat wynlce] So in The Worlde...
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The Poetical Works of Skelton and Donne: With a Memoir of Each ..

John Skelton, Izaak Walton, John Donne - 1879
...Halliwell's Diet. See also the same, in v. Trip-skin : " a piece of leather, worn on the right-hand side of the petticoat by spinners with the rock, on...the yarn is pressed by the hand of the spinner.— Forby."] v. 303. thrusf] ie thirst. v. 305. But drynke, styll drynke, And let the cat tvynke] So in...
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