Correct spelling for COMTERBALE
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Possible correct spellings for comterbale
Jack struck a match, relit his cigar and settling himself more comfortably in his chair, said in a positive tone: "sour or sweet,-i don't like jews,-never did."
Comfortable lodgings enough for those who don't care for books.
The author says:-"i know very many notable gentlemen in the court that have written commendably, and suppressed it agayne, or els suffred it to be publisht without their owne names to it as if it were a discredit for a gentleman to seeme learned, and to shew himself amorous of any learned art."
The storekeeper had gladly parted with one-third of the comestible stock which was slowly petrifying on shelf and rafter; a little burro, grazing on the dump, had been transformed into a pack-animal; and after standing treat three times around, charles-norton, leading by a rope his fuzzy four-footed companion, to a great flapping of amicable sombreros had taken the trail winding toward the high hills.
Howsoeuer ye take it the dactil is commendable inough in our vulgar meetres, but most plausible of all when he is sounded vpon the stage, as in these comicall verses shewing how well it becommeth all noble men and great personages to be temperat and modest, yea more then any meaner man, thus.