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ARCHAIC NAME FOR A BLACKBIRD MERLE
ARCHAIC PAST FORM OF DARE DURST
TWO OF THE SAME KIND, ARCHAICALLY TWAIN
ARCHAIC AUXILIARY DOTH
ARCHAIC TO ANOINT ARTICLE ON CORK FLOWER ARRANGEMENT ANELE
ARCHAIC POEM ON PAGE AT FRONT OF READING BOOK PRIMER
SCRAP FROM YOUR PLATE, ARCHAICALLY ORT
EXTENSIONS TO BUILDINGS AT RIGHT ANGLES: ARCHAIC CLOTH MEASUREMENTS ELLS
A POD, ARCHAICALLY PEASECOD
DIALECT OR ARCHAIC WORD FOR A LAKE OR POOL MERE
GHOSTLY APPARITION, ARCHAICALLY FANTASM
ARCHAIC FORM OF ADDRESS SIRE
SOME LOST ARCHAIC STIFFENER STARCH
ARCHAIC OR DIALECT FORM OF YOU; THE OBJECTIVE FORM OF THOU THEM
ARCHAIC HUMAN WHO WAS VOTED INTO LEADERSHIP? HOMOELECTUS
ARCHAIC OF 'THOU' YE
ANTS, ARCHAICALLY EMMETS
AN ARCHAIC SHORT FORM FOR A WORD DENOTING A PERSON WITH FULL POWERS PLENIPO
AN ARCHAIC SHORT FORM FOR A WORD DENOTING A PERSON WITH FULL POWERS PLENARY
TODAY THOUGHT OF AS A SHORT LENGTH OF METAL, THIS IS ACTUALLY AN ARCHAIC UNIT OF LENGTH EQUIVALENT TO 1/16TH OF A YARD (2.25IN) RAIL
ARCHAIC NAME FOR SINGLE-REED WOODWIND INSTRUMENTS CLARIONETS
ARCHAIC YOU THOU
ARCHAIC PRONOUN THOU
ARCHAIC PRONOUN THY
ARCHAIC PRONOUN THINE
ARCHAIC PRONOUN THEE
ARCHAIC EXPRESSION OF THANKS GRAMERCY
ARCHAIC EXPRESSION OF ANGER, SURPRISE, ETC EGAD
ARCHAIC CONTRACTION TIS
ARCHAIC VERB SUFFIX ETH
(ARCHAIC) DASHING OR ENERGETIC YOUNG MAN BLADE
(ARCHAIC) SIGNAL INDICATING A CALL TO ARMS ANADUM
AN ARCHAIC NAME FOR EASTER OR PASSOVER. PASCHA
ARCHAIC NAME FOR BLACKBIRD OUSEL
WILLINGLY (ARCHAIC) FAIN
WILLINGLY (ARCHAIC) LIEF
"UPRIGHT MAN', AN EXTINCT SPECIES OF ARCHAIC HUMANS ERECTUS
ARCHAIC WORD MEANING "IN ADDITION" OR "TO BOOT" WITHAL
ARCHAIC THEE
ARCHAIC ANCIENT
ARCHAIC OLD
ARCHAIC BYGONE
ARCHAIC OUTMODED
ARCHAIC DULL
ARCHAIC MEDIEVAL
ARCHAIC EXTINCT
ARCHAIC PRIMITIVE
ARCHAIC QUAINT
ARCHAIC ANTIQUARIAN
ARCHAIC SAVAGE
ARCHAIC OLDEN
ARCHAIC PASSE
ARCHAIC DEAD
ARCHAIC UNINTERESTING
ARCHAIC WILD
ARCHAIC IMMEMORIAL
ARCHAIC ANTIQUATED
ARCHAIC PAST
ARCHAIC ANTIQUE
ARCHAIC SUPERANNUATED
ARCHAIC UNUSED
ARCHAIC OUTDATED
ARCHAIC ANTEDILUVIAN
ARCHAIC OBSOLETE
ARCHAIC DOWDY
ARCHAIC DATED
ARCHAIC ATTENTION-GETTERS LOS
ARCHAIC PREPOSITION THRO
ARCHAIC, ARCHAICALLY OLDE
ARCHAIC CONJUNCTION ERE
ADEQUATE: ARCHAIC ENOW
ARCHAIC "GLADLY" LIEF
ARCHAIC VERB FORM ART
ARCHAIC VERB FORM DOEST
ARCHAIC ENDING ETH
MODERN VERNACULAR FORM OF THE GREEK LANGUAGE, DISTINGUISHED FROM THE ARCHAIC AND LITERARY KATHAREVOUSA DEMOTIC
ARCHAIC OR OLD-FASHIONED NAME FOR THE BRASSICAS SUCH AS CABBAGES, KALE VARIETIES, GREENS, TURNIPS ET CALES
(ARCHAIC) YOU THEE
(ARCHAIC) YOU YE
BEING RATHER ARCHAIC, CRY OUT AUDIBLY: "HEY, MR FROST, YOU DEAD!" EJACULATE
ARCHAIC WORD FOR ANT EMMET
ARCHAIC TERM FOR AN OLD WOMAN BELDAM
ARCHAIC "ONCE" ERST
ARCHAIC FORM OF YOU YE
ARCHAIC FORM OF YOU THOU
ARCHAIC TERM FOR A DOMESTIC FIRE OR FIREPLACE, THOUGHT TO DERIVE FROM SCOTTISH GAELIC INGLE
ARCHAIC OR HUMOROUS TERM FOR A YOUTH STRIPLING
BIBLICAL PREPOSITION, THE ARCHAIC 'TO' UNTO
THE (ARCHAIC) YE
SOMEWHAT AIMLESS ARCHAIC HUMAN? MEANDERTHAL
ARCHAIC HUMAN WITH REFINED TASTES IN BEEF? CROMIGNON
ARCHAIC HUMAN WHO FORESHADOWED THE THREE STOOGES? POKINGMAN
ARCHAIC OATH EGAD
IT'S ARCHAIC, MOREOVER, AT THIS PLACE IN TIME WITH ORGANISATION IN RACE COMING TO NOTHING THEREUNTO
(ARCHAIC) FRAGMENT / SCRAP OF FOOD LEFT FROM A MEAL ORT
ARCHAIC SPELLING OF A CITY IN SWEDEN (POP 170,000), WITH A UNIVERSITY FOUNDED IN 1477 UPSALA
Archaic word for a prostitute or promiscuous woman STRUMPET
Archaically scattered with alacrity from royal society SPERSED
ARCHAIC TERM FOR A MEDICAL PRESCRIPTION RECIPE
Bounds of archaic poem kept in safe? PERIMETER
HAWK'S NOSTRIL (ARCHAIC) NARE
TO PROFIT (ARCHAIC) VAIL
ARCHAIC "PRIOR TO" AFORE
TO ENDURE (ARCHAIC) ABY
REFERS TO THE PERSON ADDRESSED (ARCHAIC) THOU
SON OF ADAM SAID TO SOUND ARCHAIC SETH
GIVES ENJOYMENT TO: ARCHAIC PLEASURES
TO THAT (ARCHAIC) THEREUNTO
WITH REGARD TO, ARCHAIC ANENT
TO BOW (ARCHAIC) LOUT
ARCHAIC TERM MEANING TO STEAL GOODS REAVE
ARCHAIC TO NAME - YET COVERS 150 WITH POWER YCLEPT
Knight's attendant (archaic) ESQ
Cent's purchasing amount, archaically PENNORTH
(ARCHAIC) CLOTHING, OR A COVERING SUCH AS HAIR OR FEATHERS VESTITURE
ARCHAIC OR POETIC WORD FOR A CALL TO ARMS ANADEM
Archaic word meaning beloved or dear LIEF
Irish nationalist - archaic ant - Cornish holiday-maker EMMET
(ARCHAIC) AN UNDER-TEACHER OR ASSISTANT USHER
ARCHAIC WORD FOR EASTER PASCH
ARCHAIC WORD FOR BELATED LATED
ARCHAIC WORD FOR A WEEK SENNIGHT
ARCHAIC WORD FOR ONE WHO IS UNINFORMED IGNARO
ARCHAIC OR DIALECT WORD FOR THE LETTER Z IZZARD
ARCHAIC WORD FOR THE EGLANTINE EGLATERE
AN ARCHAIC WORD FOR 'YOU' FOUND IN COURTHOUSE THOU
ARCHAIC WORD FOR AN ACTOR STAGER
ARCHAIC WORD FOR 'HIT' SMITE
ARCHAIC WORD FOR A QUICK AND ACTIVE LITTLE FELLOW DAPPERLING
ARCHAIC WORD FOR POETRY POESY
ARCHAIC WORD FOR PHYSICIAN LEECH
ARCHAIC WORD FOR A BRUISE, ATTRIBUTED TO SPENSER INTUSE
ARCHAIC WORD FOR A COMPANION OR ACCOMPLICE MATE
ARCHAIC WORD FOR A COMPANION OR ACCOMPLICE COCK
ARCHAIC WORD FOR WIDOW RELICT
ARCHAIC WORD FOR A STABLEMAN, ESPECIALLY AT AN INN OSTLER
To flirt with (archaic sl) DASH
Archaic word for a rain gauge UDOMETER
Archaic word for two TWAIN
Archaic word for immediately STRAIGHTWAY
Archaic word for 'you' found in courthouse THOU
Archaic word for sixty THREESCORE
Archaic Greek alphabet letter, resembling our F DIGAMMA
Archaic verb with "thou" DOEST
ARCHAIC FORM OF "TO BE" WERT
ARCHAIC FORM OF TO UNTO
ARCHAIC FORM OF 'EYES', (POETIC) EYNE
ARCHAIC FORM OF 'YOU' THEE
AND 22: ARCHAIC WORD FOR A COMPANION OR ACCOMPLICE COPE
Archaic term for acquit, absolve, etc ASSOIL
Archaic second person singular past tense DIDST
Catkin, archaically AMENT
ARCHAIC NAME FOR LIGHTHOUSE OR BEACON FOR GUIDING SHIPS FANAL
(Archaic) pronoun THYSELF
Archaic suffix ETH
Archaic word meaning to drive or frighten away AROINT
ARCHAIC SECOND PERSON SINGULAR OF DO DIDST
Illusionist, archaically MAGE
Archaic word meaning joyful or cheerful GLADSOME
An archaic enemy FOE
ARCHAIC NAME FOR BATS REREMICE
Archaic injunction to go away BEGONE
Archaic unit of distance LEAGUE
Made holy (archaic) BLEST
'Clouds part of the archaic irrigation system CIRRI
Religious music with archaically grotesque line in church CANTICLE
Archaic: young working-class Frenchwoman GRISETTE
You, archaically TH{EE}
Scat: archaically AVAUNT
In archaic style, knows Scottish monarch KENNETH
Archaic-style suffix ETH
Archaic name for the oboe HAUTBOY
An archaic name for sulphur BRIMSTONE
Romantic, archaic name for Ireland ERIN
Archaic name of Acker Bilk's instrument CLARIONET
Cathay was its archaic name CHINA
Archaic name for a bat REREMOUSE
TWO (ARCHAIC) TWAIN
SOON (ARCHAIC) ERELONG
SOON (ARCHAIC) ANON
Archaic term for to sue someone IMPLEAD
Archaic term for to sue someone IMPUTED
CLOTHING (ARCHAIC) RAIMENT
ARCHAIC PROCEDURE USED FOR EXCOMMUNICATION AND OTHER CHURCHLY ACTS BELL
HOLY MAN'S ARCHAIC PRONOUN FOR LITERARY SAILOR POPEYE
ARCHAIC POETIC WORD FOR A SMALL DWELLING COT
YOU (ARCHAIC) THOU
YOU (ARCHAIC) THEE
Archaic conjugation of 'be' WERT
ARCHAIC WORD MEANING "BLESS YE", AND A CANTICLE STARTING "O ALL YE WORKS OF THE LORD, BLESS YE THE LORD" BENEDICITE
TO; UNTIL (ARCHAIC) UNTO
ARCHAIC AGED
FORMERLY (ARCHAIC) AFORETIME
FORMERLY (ARCHAIC) ERST
ARCHAIC TERM FOR TO SUBMERGE OR PLUNGE IN IMMERSE
POET'S PENNING MOCK ARCHAIC ARTICLE SHOWING WOMEN ON TOP DOYENNES
A MILD OATH (ARCHAIC) EGAD
SCARE (SOMEONE) (ARCHAIC/POETIC) AFFRIGHT
Archaic or poetic term for clothing RAIMENT
Archaicisms will be out of this DATE
GO QUICKLY, ARCHAICALLY HIE
ARCHAIC WORD FOR AN ACTOR HISTRIO
ARCHAIC TERM FOR FEVER AGUE
Archaic dark complexion SWART
NOT AT ALL, ARCHAICALLY NOWISE
ARCHAIC GREETING ALLHAIL
Archaic, as a dict. entry OBS
Formality that"s somewhat archaic essentially ICE
ANOINT, ARCHAICALLY ANELE
ARCHAIC OF ETERNAL ETERNE
Accomplish, archaically DOEST
"From my perspective," archaically MESEEMS
Ant, archaically speaking EMMET
Archaic old university undecided about wife OUTWORN
IN ADVANCE OF, ARCHAICALLY AFORE
IN ADVANCE OF, ARCHAICALLY ERE
Pair belonging to us around north is archaic OUTWORN
Split in two, archaically RIVED
Archaic or literary Scots term for a blackbird MERLE
FREQUENTLY (ARCHAIC) OFTENTIMES
FREQUENTLY (ARCHAIC) OFT
FREQUENTLY (ARCHAIC) THONG
ARCHAIC NEGATIVE NAY
Archaic word used to calm and quieten an infant HUSHABY
Demolish a flat as dreadfully archaic, like 28 HALFASOLD
DWELL (ARCHAIC) ABIDE
ARCHAIC VERB ENDING ETH
ARCHAIC VERB ENDING EST
An archaic term for money or riches, especially in a bad sense PELF
Archaic name for a bat FLITTERMOUSE
IN SUMMER, ARCHAIC CITY LINKED TO THE LAST MUMMY AND THE OMEN AUGURY
ARCHAIC PREPOSITION ERE
ARCHAIC PREPOSITION UNTO
ARCHAIC REWARD MEED
YOURS, ARCHAICALLY THINE
Discordant, archaically ABSONANT
AT FULL SPEED, ARCHAICALLY AMAIN
ARCHAIC WORD MEANING IGNORANCE inscience
FOREVER, ARCHAICALLY ETERNE
Execute, archaically DOEST
ARCHAIC 34-DOWN FIE
Enough ( Archaic ) ENOW
Enough (archaic) ENOW
ARCHAIC EXCLAMATION EGAD
ARCHAIC EXCLAMATION FIE
ARCHAIC WORD MEANING AFLOAT ASWIM
ARCHAIC EXCLAMATION OF SURPRISE EGAD
Formerly ( Archaic ) ERST
Formerly archaic? ERST
ARCHAIC NAME FOR A NEWT EFT
ARCHAIC ATTACHMENT TO "WHILE" ERST
Go quickly (archaic) HIE
TOMATO, ARCHAICALLY LOVEAPPLE
ONCE, ARCHAICALLY ERST
ARCHAIC TERM FOR AN UNSPECIFIED DAY IN THE NEAR FUTURE odd-come-shortly
ARCHAIC PREP. THRO
Hamlet or village, archaic word found in place names THORP
PREVIOUSLY ARCHAIC? ERST
Increase, archaically EKE
ARCHAIC "BEFORE" ERE
Jailer (archaic) TURNKEY
VIA, ARCHAICALLY THRO
ARE ABLE, ARCHAICALLY CANST
Listen (archaic) HARKEN
Listen (archaic) HEARKEN
WRETCHED (ARCHAIC) UNBLEST
KINSMAN, GENERALLY (ARCHAIC) COUSIN
PSEUDO-ARCHAIC SPELLING FOR A COLLECTION OF STALLS AND AMUSEMENTS FAYRE
ARCHAIC "FOR SHAME!" FIE
ARCHAIC MUSEUM RINGS ROME BACK FOR ONE BEFORE LONG IMMEMORIAL
Opposite of crosswise, archaically ENDLONG
ARCHAIC "FORMERLY" ERST
ARCHAIC NAME FOR NEW ZEALAND MAORILAND
FROST'S VERSE USING ARCHAIC LANGUAGE RIME
Alas (archaic) ALACK
Deceives or, archaically, blindfolds HOODWINKS
ANYONE, ARCHAICALLY WHOMSO
Archaic injunction to be careful, look out BEWARE
ARCHAIC LANGUAGE USED IN BRITAIN, ONCE TAINO
An archaic servant or servile follower LACKEY
An archaic boy-friend like Brummel BEAU
An archaic enemy FOEMAN
An archaic greeting or salutation ALLHAIL
Archaic 'Yikes!' YEGODS
Archaic 'agreed' TIS
Archaic brothers BRETHREN
Archaic pigs, Gadarene in Bible SWINE
Archaic sorrow or distress WOE
Before (archaic) ERE
Archaic affirmative answer YEA
Archaic 'Curses!' FOE
Archaic 'Curses!' FIE
Archaic Irish script OGHAM
Archaic way to address boatman turning up SIRRAH
Archaic word for fidelity or faith TROTH
Archaic or Scottish word for table linen NAPERY
Archaic warning to watch out, danger ahead BEWARE
Archaic salutation or greeting ALLHAIL
Archaic prefix for "while" ERST
Archaic word for a bad-tempered old woman GRIMALKIN
Archaic word for seat in or in front of a pub Alebench
Archaic word for the Christian gospel EVANGEL
Archaic warning to be careful, danger ahead BEWARE
Archaic expression of surprise EGAD
Archaic form of a word meaning a souvenir or memento RELIQUE
Archaic verb in an O'Neill title COMETH
Archaic word for a smoker's slow-burning match VESUVIAN
Dull, archaic breed lives in top of St Paul's DREARISOME
Enemies, archaically FOEMEN
Assert (archaic) AVOUCH
Friends (archaic) KITH
From Latin, an archaic version of “in the first place” IMPRIMIS
Easter (archaic) PASCH
Hunting (archaic) VENERY
Girl's name; pity (archaic) RUTH
Sees (archaic) ESPIES
Increasingly archaic name for the Republican Party GOP
Archaic word for the letter Z IZZARD
An archaic menial or servant LACKEY
Academic who includes archaic pronoun is most senior DOYEN
Archaic word for nothing NAUGHT
Soon, archaically ANON
In addition (archaic) WITHAL
An archaic name for someone or something excellent NONESUCH
ANYTHING (ARCHAIC) AUGHT
Archaic or dialect word for a kind of legging Gamash
Archaic name for the country China CATHAY
Archaic word for carriage and attendants EQUIPAGE
Archaic or dialect word for an ant PISMIRE
Archaic word meaning demolished RUINATED
Think, believe (archaic) TROW
Archaic name for the Mediterranean GREATSEA
Archaically or in dialect, an ant EMMET
Versifier, archaically RIMER
Archaic word for see, observe BEHOLD
Archaic word for a servant or attendant SERVITOR
Archaic mild oath or exclamation of surprise EGAD
Archaic term for two TWAIN
Archaic apparition FANTASM
Stretch (out); in addition (archaic) EKE
Avert, archaically FORFEND
Loyalty, archaically TROTH
Before this time, archaically or in literature ERENOW
To, until (archaic) UNTO
Archaic affirmative YEA
Archaic exclamation of sorrow or regret ALAS
Archaic or poetic word for a young unmarried woman DAMSEL
Jailer (archaic), (of service) provided ready for use TURNKEY
Character from Washington rather tousled on archaic bed ICHABODCRANE
Archaic lilac occasionally produces bush ACACIA
Live, dwell (archaic) ABIDE
Listen closely (archaic) HEARKEN
Archaic fops or conceited persons POPINJAYS
Maida -, N. London area; farewell (archaic) VALE
Truly (archaic) VERILY
To (archaic) UNTO
Truly (archaic) INSOOTH
Full-speed, archaically AMAIN
Archaic negatives NAYS
An archaic three times THRICE
Archaic injunction to observe BEHOLD
Archaically, a bottomless pit ABYSM
Archaic goodbye - good luck FAREWELL
An archaic girl WENCH
Archaic word for long ago YORE
Part of the verb to do (archaic) DOTH
Medicinal drugs (archaic) PHYSIC
Yes (archaic) YEA
Yes (archaic) AYE
Archaic injunction to look BEHOLD
An archaic negative NAY
Yours (archaic) THINE
Your (archaic) THY
Young woman (archaic) DEMOISELLE
Young woman (archaic) DAMSEL
ARCHAIC WORD FOR A FIRE IN A ROOM OR A FIREPLACE INGLE
Negative (archaic) NAY
Archaic command to buzz off BEGONE
Near (archaic) NIGH
Archaic word for unmarried women SPINSTERS
Am archaic enemy FOE
Archaic form of 'to be' WERT
Nevertheless, archaically HOWBEIT
Not yet up (archaic) ABED
Pillage (archaic) REAVE
Morse dot; archaic word for poem DIT
Archaic word for one who did financial business for clients Moneyscrivener
Formerly (archaic ) ERST
Killed in archaic way SLEW
You (archaic, but still used in prayers) THOU
Close (archaic) ANEAR
Archaic word for grievance (6) PLAINT
Archaic "prior" AFORE
An archaic servant or inferior (6) MINION
Archaic or literary word for a daring spirit DERRINGDO
Ostracise, after losing two books, an archaic, destitute person LACKALL
Pay heed to; care about (archaic) RECK
Archaic or literary name for Holland BATAVIA
Archaic word for one sent in advance VAUNTCOURIER
Besides (archaic) CONSTRAINED
An archaic and literary name for China CATHAY
To which (archaic) WHERETO
ARCHAIC WORD FOR A POOR AND DISEASED PERSON, SUCH AS ONE AFFLICTED BY LEPROSY LAZAR
Archaically, feeling faint ASWOON
An archaic alternative to “sculptors” STATUARIES
Z, archaically IZZARD
Isn't archaic? No, becoming out of date ANACHRONISTIC
Indeed (archaic) FORSOOTH
Archaic language disgusted daily newspaper's chief LYDIAN
Confectionery (archaic) SWEETMEAT
Struck forcefully, archaically DINTED
Archaic word for an attendant or municipal officer VARLET
The --, archaic word for Afrikaans or Cape Dutch TAAL
Vacuous telly guide introduced faux-archaic writing TUSHERY
Archaic (but logical) term meaning most well-behaved ruliest
Travel (anag) — rascal (archaic) VARLET
Went quickly (archaic) HIED
Sleeping (archaic) ABED
Pseudo-archaic verb, meaning “know” WIS
Concerning (archaic) ANENT
Grouped in 'Archaic/Old' -- should e-readers disregard? COLDSHOULDER
Archaic or poetic word for soon ERELONG
Name; pity (archaic) RUTH
Archaic before ERST
Prayer (archaic) ORISON
Archaic endearing diminutive for a woman LADYKIN
Soon, shortly (archaic) ANON
Fever (archaic) AGUE
Pity (archaic); girl's name RUTH
Possibly (archaic) MAYHAP
Possibly (archaic) PERADVENTURE
Cure and reform archaic imprisonment DURANCE
Cause to burn (archaic) ENFLAME
Archaic interjection rings out as head is replaced by unknown ZOUNDS
Saw (archaic) ESPIED
Pseudo-archaic diction used in historical fiction — from a London area once known for 'antique' furniture Wardour Street English
In archaic fashion, ridicule smart alec WISEGUY
Archaic word of dismissal BEGONE
Love apple (archaic) TOMATO
Archaically illustrate short bit of verse about maiden LIMN
Archaic or poetic word meaning quivering ATREMBLE
Archaic word for a prescribed penance SHRIFT
Writer's yen to produce archaic verse POESY
Warning bell (archaic) ALARUM
Owns, archaically HATH
Archaic writing implements QUILLS
Certainly (archaic) YEA
Archaic word meaning whatever person WHOSO
More archaic OLDER
Archaic noes, sound like horses NAYS
Always, archaically AYE
Remain (archaic) BIDE
Archaic word meaning to plunder or rob REAVE
Archaic word for window RELICT
Archaic or poetic word for a great merchant ship ARGOSY
Archaic; took out DATED
Hit, beat (archaic) GOGGLE
Archaic word for a fetter or shackle GYVE
Near, as in archaic usage NIGH
Archaic song, loud yet madly out of tune FYTTE
Archaic word meaning to rob or plunder REAVE
Enough ( archaic) ENOW
Charmingly archaic lift, without entrance, keeping popular QUAINT
Elegant — cow (archaic) NEAT
Archaic word for a blackbird OUZEL
Apparatus required for any operation (archaic) EQUIPAGE
Deem to be archaic recompense MEED
Bury, archaic location of building foundations INEARTH
Possesses, archaically HATH
'From my perspective,' archaically MESEEMS
Pirate (archaic) CORSAIR
Archaic adverb ERST
Cool sunglasses or archaic ghosts SHADES
An archaic lovers' meeting TRYST
Strip (archaic) UNROBE
Apart (archaic) ASUNDER
Between (archaic) TWIXT
Between (archaic) 'twixt
Archaic sorrow WOE
Archaic word meaning “Bless ye”, and a canticle starting “O all ye works of the Lord, bless ye the Lord” BENEDICITE
Archaically or humorously, “to eat” refect
Shortly (archaic) ANON
Archaic word meaning “in addition” or “to boot” WITHAL
Caught sight of (archaic) ESPIED
Archaic word ending ETH
Servile followers or archaic servants LACKEYS
Archaic word for “dark brown”, used in ob____ate, to make unclear fusc
Archaic word for one who buys and sells CHAPMAN
Preclude certain evidence (at law) - bar (archaic) ESTOP
Heavenly (archaic) EMPYREAN
Archaic word meaning to wash or bathe LAVE
Archaic ''prior to'' AFORE
Sin (archaic) TRESPASS
Live (archaic) ABIDE
Rob (archaic) REAVE
Archaic word for before - a palindrome ERE
Archaic word for look out, mind yourself BEWARE
Commanded (archaic) BADE
Siblings (archaic) BRETHREN
Happening every 60 minutes (archaic) HORAL
Archaic 'Agreed!' TIS
Soon (archaic ) ANON
Archaic expression of surprise GADZOOKS
Archaic word for a widow RELICT
In that direction, archaically THERETO
Frequently in archaic term OFT
Poetic name for Ireland, now archaic HIBERNIA
Archaic male enemy FOEMAN
Cousin (archaic) COZ
Food, archaically ALIMENT
Occasionally (archaic) EVERANDANON
Bottomless pit (archaic) ABYSM
Archaic word for brandy NANTZ
Archaic word meaning certainly IWIS
Archaic verb HAST
Preposition (archaic) UNTO
Archaic word meaning called or named YCLEPT
Strike in archaic way at times SMITE
Fee still owed (archaic) ARREAR
Archaic word meaning in two parts Atwain
Form of early sound -- archaic songs ROUNDELAYS
Archaic to UNTO
Archaic word meaning clothing or robing VESTING
An archaic or literary prayer ORISON
Dwells (archaic) ABIDES
Archaic or poetic name for Ireland ERIN
Hasten (archaic) HIE
Farm labourers, now archaic PEASANTS
Has in view, archaically SEETH
Archaic word for an old dame GRANDAM
An archaic menial or follower LACKEY
Season (archaic) TIDE
Has, archaically HATH
Pair (archaic) - US novelist, Mark TWAIN
Newt (archaic) EFT
Expression of surprise (archaic); so do (anag.) ODSO
Put poison on (archaic) ENVENOM
Archaic treatment of shy bats captured in photo PHYSIC
Archaic word for see or observe BEHOLD
Acquired by unfair means (archaic) ILLGOT
Most ready for archaic language in fiction meeting? LIEFEST
Archaic word for a severe blow on certain bones Ribroaster
Dalmatian (archaic) CARRIAGEDOG
Many times (archaic) OFT
Cattle, archaically KINE
Usual (archaic) WONTED
Mock-archaic language ultimately meant to show years TUSHERY
Usage (archaic) USANCE
Grotesque, fantastic (archaic) ANTIC
A teacher standing by boards archaic transport STAGECOACH
Food items (archaic) VIANDS
An archaic servant or underling LACKEY
Archaic command to go away, banish BEGONE
Archaic term for schizophrenia DEMENTIAPRAECOX
Archaic servant dressed in livery FOOTMAN
Archaic dwelling place ABODE
Archaic sorrow or grief WOE
Dutiful (archaic) DUTEOUS
Wooded rise (archaic) HURST
Affirmative (archaic) YEA
Archaic word for good-looking, say maidens COMELY
Gladly, archaically LIEF
Archaic goodbye or leave-taking FAREWELL
Engulf, bury (archaic) WHELM
Produce (child) (archaic) BEGET
Scolded (archaic); assessed RATED
Archaic word for a shield TARGE
Archaic "soon" ANON
Archaic 'soon' ANON
Extract essence from (archaic) DECOCT
Omen (archaic) AUSPICE
TO THIS POINT IN TIME (ARCHAIC) HEREUNTO
AUNT'S/UNCLE'S CHILD (ARCHAIC) COZ
ARCHAIC FOREST WEALD
ARCHAIC EXCLAMATIONS LOS
ARCHAIC GREETINGS BOWS
ARCHAIC, OLD-STYLE ELD
SECRET ARRANGEMENT IS ARCHAIC, I ASSURE YOU CERTES
MARAUDER, ARCHAICALLY REAVER
ARCHAIC CRY EGAD

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Solve crossword clues quickly and easily with our free crossword puzzle solver. Struggling to get that one last answer to a perplexing clue? We can help you solve those tricky clues in your crossword puzzle. Search thousands of crossword puzzle answers on Crossword.live

How Crossword Solver Works?

Simply enter your crossword clue to search the crossword dictionary and instantly find the right word.

If you already know some letters of the crossword puzzle solution, you can easily search for the remaining letters. Just enter the letters in the box below the crossword clue then click “Find Answer” .

PATTERN EXAMPLE

???? : answer is 4 letters, no letters are known.
???s : answer length 4 and ends with "s".
a??n : answer length 4 start with "a" and ends with "n".
?no? : answer length 4 contains "no" at 2,3 letter .