Ferforth

Fer´forth`


adv.1.Far forth.
As ferforth as
as far as.
So ferforth
to such a degree.
References in periodicals archive ?
And so ferforth she gan oure lay declare That she the constable, er that it was eve Converteth, and on Crist made hym bileve.
Chaucer also prefaces Prudence's first attempt to get Melibee to stop crying by adding that she does so "as ferforth as she dorste" (VII.
Through the word "unwemmed" (unstained, unadulterated), Saint Cecile is associated with the Virgin Mary, who "nobledest so ferforth oure nature" and purified the "contagioun" of the nun's body (137, 47, 40).