callid

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callid

(ˈkælɪd)
adj
obsolete cunning or sly
[C17: from Latin callidus]
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And the judge observed: "Even the most callid performer would struggle to fool all of these people all of the time.
There is no mention of Rood in the 1486 edition, nor of Oxford--the colophon reads: "Here endith the boke that is callid festiuall.
Jeff Gundy's Songs from an Empty Cage and Callid Keefe-Perry's Way to Water: A Theopoetics Primer make wonderfully creative and constructive contributions to the field in their books and likewise in their new pieces in Crosscurrents.
Flyleaf jottings in a book of hours which belonged to the Derham family of Crimplesham in Norfolk record the births of sons and daughters with astrological precision, and with devotion: 'Thomas my son was born the xiii day of Januarii the yere or four lorde 1488 on a Tewesday at nyght, between viii and ix: god make hym a good man: that day callid sent hillary ys day', or on St Alban's day 1492 the birth of 'Frawnses my son, god make him his servaunt'.
(29) "An abstracte owte of a boke that is callid Formula Nouiciorum," ed.
x / x / x| / x / x / x A marishe Contre callid Holdernesse.
Although by diuersitie of langages, the letters and syllables are oftentymes chaunged, yet the worde spoken hath one signification, which implieth as moche as KINGE in englysh, as it may appere to them, which do rede holy scripture, and will marke howe often god is there callid kinge.
Callid, Way to Water: A Theopoetics Primer (Eugene, OR: Cascade Books, 2014), p.
And ye ladies, or what estate ye be, Of whom Worship hath choise his dwellyng place, For Godd'is love doe no soche cruiltie, Nore in no wise ne folowe not the trace Of her that here is namid right wisely, Whiche by reson me semith in this cace Maie be callid La belle Dame Sans Mercy.