The glory and renowme of the ancectors.
- Robynson (More's Utopia).
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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(10) Mammon's "masse of coyne," "great Ingoes" and "wedges square" (2.7.4-5) make him the "greatest god below the skye," overseeing "Riches, renowme, and principality, / Honour, estate, and all this worldes good" (2.7.8).
How muche are they to be praised, that for their Countrey sake refuse no imminent perill, leaving the Pleasaunt bedde of Delicacie, and the seate or cradle of Sensualitie, their landes and goodes, their Wives and children, which in dede, are dearest unto them, to abandon themselves and their swetest lives to the favour of the boystrous seas, to the hap of the unconstant windes, to the chayre of fortune, and finally to a thousande imminent evills, onely to encrease the fame and good renowme of their countrey .