sleided

sleided

(ˈsliːdɪd)
adj
(of threads) separated; frayed
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In A Lover's Complaint letters are 'With sleided silk feat and affectedly l Enswathed and sealed to curious secrecy' (ll.48-49).
In the course of the above discussion, I have mentioned the following eight words that occur in A Lover's Complaint and in the undisputed Shakespeare canon but are very rare in other LION works of 1598-1614, whether first published during that period or, in the case of plays, first performed then: appertainings vbl.sb., credent a., outward sb., pelleted (pellet v), physic v, seared ppl.a., slackly, sleided ppl.a.
In the Complaint, letters are 'With sleided silk feat and affectedly Enswathed and sealed to curious secrecy' (ll.