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morrid | 15:40 Thu 23rd Aug 2012 | Quizzes & Puzzles
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Probably one for the lie in king.
13a Piercing, according to Spenser (9). The answer is thrillant but can someone explain what Spenser pertains to. thanks

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The knight his thrillant spear again...
A line in the 6th verse down

http://www.english.ca...ser/stanza/about.html
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Thanks sandyroe. great for future reference
Yes, the modern meaning of 'thrill' has completely taken over from its archaic meaning of 'pierce' - except in crossword clues, of course!
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Oh for a classics education.

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