ensample


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ensample

(ɛnˈsɑːmpəl)
n
an archaic word for example
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2) For ensample, bi my sawe Sop mow 3e fonge Of iubiter.
yit to sharpe youre be leue the more to this hooly sacrament I woll tell you this ensample Narracio we rede in seynte Gregorius tyme [.
Taking a one-sided view of women, he is unable either to note the difference between good and bad consorts or to "be waar / Ne take ensample of the deceites tweyne / hat shee dide him beforn" (400-2).
Genevieve's conversional example: "of her good life and conversation many shall take ensample, that they shall leave their sin and shall convert them to God, and shall live religiously, by which they shall have pardon and joy perdurable.
However, secret data has unknown value and cannot be adjudged to neatly fit into this ensample before publication.
Discussing Lancelot and Tristram's immoral influence on the Round Table, Arthur derogates the followers of "these my mightiest knights," who have taken "foul ensample from fair names," making "Lancelot" and "Tristram" bywords for chivalric integrity, signifiers that validate any conduct (Guinevere, ll.
By God and by Saynt Johan I shall borowe upon prestholde somwhat For I may say to the, neybour Prat, It is a good dede to punysh such to the ensample Of suche other, how that they shall mell In lyke facyon as these catyfes do.
That doth this Redcrosse knights ensample plainly proue.
Donne applauds Albert for providing not only "the bright ensample of the husband" to the English people, but also "that of the father" (p.
A case study using a Jordanian American ensample will illuminate my argument.
Compleyneth eke, ye lovers, al in-fere, For her that with unfeyned humble chere Was evere redy to do yow socour; Compleyneth her that evere hath had yow dere; Compleyneth Beaute, Fredom, and Manere; Compleyneth her that endeth your labour; Compleyneth thilke ensample of al honour, That never dide but al gentilesse; Kytheth therfore on her sum kyndenesse.