Definition of Apperill

1. peril [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Apperill

appendments
appends
appension
appensions
appenzeller
apperceive
apperceived
apperceives
apperceiving
apperception
apperceptions
apperceptive
apperceptive agnosia
apperil
apperill (current term)
apperills
apperils
appersonation
appertain
appertained
appertainest
appertaineth
appertaining
appertainment
appertainments
appertains
appertinent
appestat
appestats

Literary usage of Apperill

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1. Publications by Musical Antiquarian Society (1848)
"... of a ballett intituled the talke betwene sester and brother for the losse of thayre apperill ..."

2. The Magnetic Lady: Or, Humors Reconciled by Ben Jonson (1914)
"50. at mine owne apperilL This unusual term Jon- son employed also in A Tale of a Tub (Wks. 6. 148): Now, don constable I am to charge you in her majesty's ..."

3. Extracts from the Registers of the Stationers' Company by John Payne Collier (1848)
"... of a ballett intituled the talke betwene sester and brother for the losse of thayre apperill ..."

4. Extracts from the Registers of the Stationers' Company: From 1557 to 1587 by Stationers' Company (London, England), John Payne Collier (1853)
"... of a ballett intituled the talke betwene sester and brother for the losse of thayre apperill ..."

5. Historical Collections of the Essex Institute by Essex Institute (1863)
"John Remington burried the twenty fourth of tenth moneth. Anno 1658. Ann Swan the wife of Richard Swan burried the fourth of apperill or the second moneth. ..."

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