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louted ( “lowted,” Cambridge ) “by a traitor villain—I am,” 1 HENRY VI., iv. 3. 13 I am mocked, contemned by, etc.; where louted has usually been wrongly explained (Compare
“he is louted and laughed to scorne
For the veriest dolte that ever was borne,”
Ralph Roister Doister, p. 40, reprint, 1818.
“Ah, woe was me, for from that houre to this,
She bides with him, where me they lout and scorn,”
Sir J. Harington's Orlando Furioso, B. xliii. st. 45).

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