Definition of Broideries

1. Noun. (plural of broidery) ¹



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Definition of Broideries

1. broidery [n] - See also: broidery

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Broideries

brogs
brogue
brogued
brogueing
brogueries
broguery
brogues
broguing
broguish
broid
broided
broider
broidered
broiderer
broiderers
broideries (current term)
broidering
broiders
broidery
broiding
broids
broil
broiled
broiler
broilerhouse
broilerhouses
broilers
broiling
broilings
broils

Literary usage of Broideries

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1. The Wayfarers by Josephine Preston Peabody (1898)
"OLD broideries TO CHB I OUT of the carven chest of treasured things That holds them dark and breathless, like a tomb, I lift these scriptured songs of many ..."

2. The Wayfarers by Josephine Preston Peabody (1898)
"OLD broideries TO CHB I OUT of the carven chest of treasured things That holds them dark and breathless, like a tomb, I lift these scriptured songs of many ..."

3. The Coptic version of the New Testament in the northern dialect, otherwise by George William Horner (1905)
"3 Among these let not the ornament be (that) which is outward, of the broideries of plaiting of the hair (plur.), and the broideries of gold, ..."

4. The Poems of John Keats by John Keats (1905)
"And daz'd with saintly imageries (St. Mark). Among its golden broideries (St. Mark). With its many mysteries (St. Mark). ..."

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