Definition of Anelaces

1. Noun. (plural of anelace) ¹



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Definition of Anelaces

1. anelace [n] - See also: anelace

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Anelaces

anecdotist
anecdotists
anecdotive
anecdoton
anecdotum
anechoic
anechoic chamber
anecic
anecophyte
anecophytes
anectasis
anectodical
anegre
anekantavada
anelace
anelaces (current term)
anelastic
anelasticities
anelasticity
anele
anelectric
anelectrics
anelectrode
anelectrodes
anelectrotonic
anelectrotonus
aneled
aneles
aneling
anellarioid

Literary usage of Anelaces

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1. Notes and Queries by Martim de Albuquerque (1851)
"The so called "Roman swords" are "anelaces," and a couteau de chasse of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. The " British weapon " is a hammer at arms ..."

2. The Gentleman's Magazine (1864)
"Mr. WATERTON also exhibited two anelaces, or short swords, of Italian workmanship, and called in Italian lingue de love. They presented a curious ..."

3. Select Cases Before the King's Council in the Star Chamber, Commonly Called by Isaac Saunders Leadam (1903)
"... are some engravings of hangers, otherwise called anelaces or enlaces, from which it appears that they were short double-edged swords or long daggers, ..."

4. A Manual of Costume as Illustrated by Monumental Brasses by Herbert Druitt (1906)
"The seven sons beneath have shorter tunics and no anelaces. 1430. William West, marbler, Sudborough, Northants ; 1431. ..."

5. A Collection of the Chronicles and Ancient Histories of Great Britain, Now by Jehan de Wavrin, William Hardy (1887)
"... axes, swords, and daggers, and each one at the best advantage as need and fitness demand for his defence (without having anelaces or big spits, bodkins, ..."

6. The Brasses of England by Herbert Walter Macklin (1907)
"anelaces become rare, and in their place a short rosary is often worn, composed of a few large beads, usually twelve in number, and ending in a short tassel ..."

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