Definition of eld in English:
noun[mass noun] literary
- Shakespeare's Claudio is told ‘Thou hast nor youth nor age’; conversely, this actor seems to have only youth and eld, with fribble in between.
- From a dark courtyard came a sound of oaths and blows, followed by shrill screams, and, huddled upon a damp doorstep, he saw the crook-backed forms of poverty and eld.
- Like Youth, the play appears to contain autobiographical elements, but here the subject is eld.
1.1Former times; the past.
- It was no more the withered limb of eld than my own; it was a rounded supple member, with smooth fingers…
- For Billy Rose, at present busily revamping the theatre, it was like eld times.
Words that rhyme with eldbeheld, geld, held, meld, self-propelled, upheld, weld, withheld
Definition of eld in:
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