Definition of Daults
1. dault [n] - See also: dault
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Daults
Literary usage of Daults
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. American Education, Or, Strictures on the Nature, Necessity by Benjamin Orrs Peers (1838)
"daults. Such is evidently the design of Providence, in which we discover equal benevolence and wisdom. It is exactly suited to the laws of the imitative ..."
2. History of the Ward of Walbrook in the City of London: Together with an by James George White (1904)
"... in yc Quier 19"' of August under yc three large stones from mr daults pewe under yc communion table. 1624. Mary yc wyfe of Mr Richard Cooke Parson of ..."
3. Le juif errant by Eugène Sue (1851)
"... ni no me soucie do lens-s bosoms ou tie lens-s daults. Em pens-taut il ya, pour no cites- qu'one ..."