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One of the folds was made to resemble the middle of the girdle, so that whoever could thrust a skewer into it would think he held it fast to the' table; whereas, when he has so done, the person with whom he plays may take hold of both ends, and draw it away.
It is constantly alluded to by old writers, and is thus described in Drayton's "Mooncalf:" "He like a gypsy oftentimes would go, All kinds of gibberish he hath learn'd to know.
And with a stick, a short string, and a noose. Would show the people tricks at fast and loose. In years gone by, there were three degrees in fencing, a master's, a provost's, and a scholar's.
In "Titus Andronicus" i. Among the numerous allusions to fencing quoted by Shakespeare may be mentioned the following: "Venue or veney " was a fencing term, meaning an attack or hit.
It is used in the "Merry Wives of Windsor" i. In "Romeo and Juliet" iii. Of the other old fencing terms quoted in the passage above, it appears that "passado" implied a pass or motion forwards.
It occurs in "Romeo and Juliet" ii. Shakespeare has also alluded to other fencing terms, such as the "foin," a thrust, which is used by the Host in the "Merry Wives of Windsor" iii.
A "bout," too, is another fencing term, to which the King refers in "Hamlet" iv. This is a common and cruel diversion of boys.
They lay a board, two or three feet long, at right angles over a transverse piece two or three inches thick, then, placing the toad at one end of the board, the other end is struck by a bat or large stick, which throws the poor toad forty or fifty feet perpendicularly from the earth; and the fall generally kills it.
In "2 Henry IV" i. A small combustible body was set on fire, and put afloat in a glass of liquor.
The courage of the toper was tried in the attempt to toss off the glass in such a manner as to prevent the flap-dragon doing mischief — raisins in hot brandy being the usual flap-dragons.
Shakespeare several times mentions this custom, as in "Love's Labour's Lost" v. As candles' ends made the most formidable flap-dragon, the greatest merit was ascribed to the heroism of swallowing them.
Ben Jonson, in "The Masque of the Moon " , p. Gifford , says: "But none that will hang themselves for love, or eat candles' ends, etc.
An allusion to this once highly popular game occurs in "Comedy of Errors" ii. Dromio of Ephesus asks: "Am I so round with you as you with me, That like a football you do spurn me thus?
The danger, however, attending this pastime occasioned James I to say: "From this Court I debarre all rough and violent exercises, as the football, meeter for laming than making able the users thereof.
Barclay, in his "Ship of Fools" thus graphically describes it: "Howe in the winter, when men kill the fat swine, They get the bladder and blow it great and thin, With many beans or peason put within: It ratleth, soundeth, and shineth clere and fayre, While it is thrown and caste up in the ayre, Eche one contendeth and hath a great delite With foote and with hande the bladder for to smite; If it fall to grounde, they lifte it up agayne.
This wise to labour they count it for no payne. What will you give us? No money, on my faith, but the gleek. A very old game among children.
A child hides something in his hand, and makes his playfellow guess in which hand it is. If the latter guess rightly, he wins the article, if wrongly, he loses an equivalent.
Halliwell-Phillipps, "the game is played by a sort of sleight-of-hand, changing the article rapidly from one hand into the other, so that the looker-on is often deceived, and induced to name the hand into which it is apparently thrown.
Hark, in thine ear: change places; and, handy-dandy, which is the justice, which is the thief? A children's game, considered by many to be identical with hide-and-seek.
It is mentioned by Hamlet iv. Some commentators think that the term "kid-fox," in "Much Ado About Nothing" ii.
The childish sport now called blind-man's buff was known by various names, such as hood-wink, blind-hob, etc.Yes No Cancel. Arizona Cardinals 32 Red Sport York Haha Sport. Horse Racing. When they returned home to the Caribbean they were banned for life and shunned by their countrymen. The Longlist was announced on September 29 with 15 Synonym Sortiment in the running, following a record entries this year.