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" Lure is that whereto Faulconers call their young Hawks, by casting it up in the aire, being made of feathers and leather, in such wise that in the motion it looks not unlike a fowl. "
The Poetical Works of John Skelton - Page 81
by John Skelton - 1856
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The Monthly Magazine, Volume 30

Sir Richard Phillips - 1810
...faulconers call their youn¿ hawks, by casting it up in the aire, being made of feather¿ amid lea.. ther, in such wise, that in the motion it • looks not unlike a fowl. Lease, or Leashe, is a small long' thong aif leather, by wlmiclm the faulconer holdeth his hawk last,...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 85, Part 1

Early English newspapers - 1815
...varuels, nnletfi, or such like. Lver, is that whereto Faulconers call their young Hawkes by casting it vp in the aire, being made of feathers and leather in such wise that in the motion it looks not vnlike a fowle. Least, or Leash, is a small long thong of leather; by which the Fauleoner holdeth his...
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The Gentleman's Magazine

Social Science - 1815
...such like. Lt'er, is that whereto Faulconers call their young Hawkes by casting it vp In the ain>, being made of feathers and leather in such wise that in the motion it looks not vnlike a fowle. Lease, or Leash, is a small long thong of leather, by which the Faulconer holcleth...
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The poetical works of John Skelton: with notes, and some account ..., Volume 2

John Skelton - Poetry - 1843
...Dyane." v. 1224. v. 1100. mahe to the lure] A metaphor from falconry: "Lure is that whereto Faulconers call their young Hawks, by casting it up in the aire,...Latham's Faulconry (Explan. of Words of Art), 1658. v. 1102. hole] ie whole. Page 85. v. 1105. erased] ie crushed, enfeebled. v. 1106. dosed] ie dazzled....
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The Works of Beaumont and Fletcher: The Text Formed from a New ..., Volume 1

Francis Beaumont, John Fletcher - Drama - 1854 - 1365 pages
...lure] " Lure is that whereto Faillronen call their young H.iwk-i, by ca«Iin« it up in the ñire, being made of feathers and leather, in such wise that...in the motion it looks not unlike a fowl." Latham's Faaleonry (Expían, of Wards of art). ^ cremet] Old eds. " cranes." — " Créance is a fine amall...
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Dictionary of obsolete and provincial English, Volume 2

Thomas Wright - 1857
...Mlrr. for Mag., p. 248. LURDEN, e. (A.-N.) A clown ; a sluggard. LURE, (1) ». "That whereto faulconers call their young hawks, by casting it up in the aire,...made of feathers and leather in such wise that in motion it looks not unlike a fowl." Latham. (2) x. The palm of the hand. North. (3) ». To give a loud...
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A Dictionary of Archaic and Provincial Words, Obsolete Phrases ..., Volume 2

James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps - English language - 1868
...Amadace, Ixiv. 1 1. (4) A handspike, or lever. East. (5) Is explained by Latham, "that whereto faulconers call their young hawks, by casting it up in the aire,...wise that in the motion it looks not unlike a fowl." (6) To cry loudly and shrilly. East. LURGY. The same as Lurdy, qv LURKEY-DISH. The herb pennyroyal....
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Bibliographical Notes

A. C. Bickley - Almanacs - 1889 - 328 pages
...varuels, anlets, or such like. Lver is that whereto Faulconers call their young Hawkes by casting it vp in the aire, being made of feathers and leather in such wise that in the motion it looks not vnlike a fowle. Lease, or Leash, is a small, long thong of leather by which the Faulconer holdeth his...
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A Dictionary of Archaic and Provincial Words: Obsolete Phrases ..., Volume 2

English language - 1901
...Amadace, Ixiv. 11. (4) A handspike, or lever. East. (5) Is explained by Latham, " that whereto faulconers call their young hawks, by casting it up in the aire,...wise that in the motion it looks not unlike a fowl." (6) To cry loudly and shrilly. East. LURGY. The same as Ltirdy, qv LURKEY-DIS11. The herb pennyroyal....
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Skelton: A Selection from the Poetical Works of John Skelton

John Skelton - History - 1902 - 268 pages
...false quantities. 1 100. make to the lure. A metaphor from falconry. "Lure is that whereto Faulconers call their young Hawks, by casting It up in the aire,...in the motion it looks not unlike a fowl." Latham's Paul' conry, 1658. (D.) 1114. Qttomodo dilexi, &c., Ps. cxix. 97, beginning section MEM. 1115. Recedant...
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