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- adjective Obsolete form of
- verb obsolete Simple past tense and past participle of
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November 19, 2008 at 4:02 am ravisht by wolvez stood on itz hed
Yea, if you, O Father of the Family, will go a little further, and behold with clear eys, how far your wife, through these bad times, is advanced in understanding and knowledge; I do assure you, you will find your self as ravisht with joy; because this is as great a transformation as ever Ovid writ of.
They court his Favour and mutely supplicate his Friendship and Confederacy, for the subduing the Enemies of their several _Species_: They readily obey his Precepts, and ravisht with his Service willingly execute his
Thus _Israels_ Heir their ravisht Souls all fired;
Why, there's it; 'tis that you shou'd have done; I am mistaken if she be not one of those Ladies that love to be ravisht of a Kindness.
She is now as lovely a young Gentlewoman as a ravisht eye can feast upon; but it would break the heart of that body the eye belongs unto to see her go; her back-side-walking would force a man from her to the Indies, and yet her face would attract him to her twice as far.
I Am ravisht with content, to see how your curious art, and delicateness thereof, can so happily translate your hand and fancy from on slower to another, the one as the draught of your
-- And then my Heiress, _Jervice_, ay, my rich Heiress, why, she'll be ravisht: Oh
Why, there's it; 'tis that you shou'd have done; I am mistaken if she be not one of those Ladies that love to be ravisht of a
_ I knew not that, but o 'my Conscience thou hadst ravisht her, had she not redeem'd her self with a Ring -- let's see't, _Blunt_.