The Collaborative International Dictionary
Plyght \Plyght\, v. & n.
See Plight. [Obs.]
n. (obsolete form of plight English) vb. (obsolete form of plight English)
Usage examples of "plyght".
And in apparrell the plyghts and fouldes so cunninglye perfected and shaddowed that as well in that, as in all the rest, the arte did seeme to enuye nature it selfe, and that not a little whereat I greatly woondered.