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(Q)|year=1582-1610|(w)|XL|1|thru=11|quote=Great trauail is created to al men, and an heauie yoke vpon the children of Adam, from the day of their comming forth of their mothers wombe, vntil the day of their burying, into the mother of al. Their cogitations, and feares of the hart, imagination of things to come, and the day of their ending: from him that ſitteth vpon the glorious ſeate, vnto him that is humbled in earth & aſhes. From him that weareth hyacinth, and beareth the crowne, euen to him that is couered with rude linen: furie, enuie, tumult, wauering, and the feare of death, anger perſeuering, and contention, and in time of repoſe in bed, the ſleepe of night changeth his knowledge. A litle is as nothing in reﬅ, and afterward in ſleepe, as in the day of watch. He is troubled in the viſion of his hart, as he that hath eſcaped in the day of battel. In the time of his ſafetie he roſe vp, and merueleth at no feare: with al fleſh, from man euen to beaﬅ, and vpon ſinners ſeuenfold. Beſides theſe things, death, bloud, contention, and ſword, oppreſſions, famine, and contrition, and ſcourges: for the wicked al theſe were created, and for them the floud was made. Al things that are of the earth, ſhal turne into the earth, and al waters ſhal returne into the ſea.
1908, (w), ''(w)''
- Dark and deserted as it was, the night was full of small noises, song and chatter and rustling, telling of the busy little population who were up and about, plying their trades and vocations through the night till sunshine should fall on them at last and send them off to their well-earned repose.
(RQ:Orwell Animal Farm)
- You would not rob us of our repose, would you, comrades? You would not have us too tired to carry out our duties?
''c''. 1805, (w) (translator), (w), ''(w)'', (w), Canto 10
- So may thy lineage find at last repose I thus adjured him
The period between eruptions of a volcano.
A form of visual harmony that gives rest to the eye.
To lie at rest; to rest.
(RQ:Homer Chapman Odysseys)
To lie; to be supported.
''trap reposing on sand''
To lay, to set down.
- Pebbles (..)reposed in those cliffs amongst the earth (..) are left behind.
To place, have, or rest; to set; to entrust.
(RQ:Shakespeare Richard 2)
To reside in something.
To remain or abide restfully without anxiety or alarms.
(RQ:Taylor Saturday Evenin)
- It is upon these that the soul may repose.
''Simon reposed in the year 1287.''
To pose again.
(es-verb form of)