Definition of Apostilles

1. apostille [n] - See also: apostille



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Apostilles

apostatized
apostatizes
apostatizing
apostaxis
apostemate
apostemation
apostemations
apostematous
aposteme
apostemes
apostil
apostilb
apostilbs
apostille
apostilles (current term)
apostils
apostle spoon
apostle spoons
apostles
apostleship
apostleships
apostolate
apostolates
apostolic
apostolic delegate
apostolic succession
apostolical
apostolically
apostolicalness

Literary usage of Apostilles

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1. The Rise of the Dutch Republic: A History by John Lothrop Motley (1906)
"It is dismal to contemplate the interminable exchange of protocols, declarations, demands, apostilles, replications and rejoinders, which made up the ..."

2. Moving to Argentinaby Delores Johnson by Delores Johnson (2006)
"apostilles. At first, we were getting our apostilles via mail, but at the end, ... The next day I was able to pick them up with their apostilles. ..."

3. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1861)
"Frivolous as they are, something too much is made of these "apostilles. ... Nevertheless, prudent Philip sat in his elbow-chair, writing his apostilles, ..."

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