Soune - definition of Soune by The Free Dictionary
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The unity of this "blisfull soune
of cherarchy" (57) is
The colophon identifies the 'autor' and 'translator' as a single person, and Beryn itself 'maintains the pretence' that it is addressed 'to an audience of pilgrims': at one stage its narrator orders the listeners that 'beth behynde' to draw 'somwhat nere, thikker to a route That my wordes mowe soune
to ech man aboute' (ll.
Wall who is not returned yet has our Jurnel and soune
as he comes here I will send it to you by Express.