from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A variant of wost, second person singular indicative present of wit.


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  • An’ i’ the woost o’ toimes I wur niver agin the raäte.

    Northern Farmer

  • An 'i' the woost o 'toimes I wur niver agin the raäte.

    Enoch Arden & c.

  • _thou me more than these_? 'let thine answer be his, ` _Che, Lord, Thou woost that I loue Thee_!'

    Mistress Margery

  • “Now,” quod the firste, “thou woost wel we be tweye,

    The Canterbury Tales


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