TIGHT, pite, (old perf. and part. pass, of pitck) pitched, placed, fixed, determined. ... PIa#39;XED, picka#39;ked or pia#39;ked or pikeda#39;, adj. sharp, acuminated, ending in a point ; in Shakspeare it is used of a man with a pointed beard, as, ... I i i a#39; ii Hi. piltsha#39;ur, n. s. a furred gown or case, anything lined with fur, as, Pluck your sword out of his pilcher by the ears. ... a lung journey, a travel, more usually a journey on account of devotion ; Shakspeare use! it for time irksomely spent, as, In prison thou hastanbsp;...
|Title||:||Johnson and Walker's Critical Pronouncing Dictionary and Expositor of the English Language|
|Author||:||Samuel Johnson, John Walker|