Delite

The OED also cites ‘delite’ as a noun, though used in a different sense: Obsolete.   Delay. Also in without delite: without delay; immediately.a1400  (▸a1325)    Cursor Mundi (Vesp.) l. 5790   Þar-to sal be na lang dilite [Vesp. lite, Trin. Cambr. delay].a1500  (▸?c1450)    Bone Florence (1976) l. 868   The pope came…

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Quaere

Finally, a Daemon by Essence is call’d a Dae∣mon, not by respect to Sequents, nor by rea∣son of some similitude to another thing, but has got his Property of himself, and has a cer∣tain distinct Existence, and his proper Powers,…

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Pasch

O taskOf sacrifice,That we may baskIn clemency and keep an undreamt Pasch!O Treader lone,How pitiful Thy shadow thrownAthwart the lake of wine that Thou hast made!O Thou, most desolate, with limbs that wadeAmong the berries, dark and wet,Thee we forget!…

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