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Definition of Emmys
1. emmy [n] - See also: emmy
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Literary usage of Emmys
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Transactions (1878)
"... emmys§§§ A coverlet of grene ... and emmys, y* hys to sey xiiij coverlets in y« howse & v ..."
2. The Christian Examiner (1856)
"That honest and cultivated intelligence, or that earnest and enlightened morality, which is outlawed by the for- * Catholic Union: emmys ..."
3. The Fairfax Correspondence: Memoirs of the Reign of Charles the First by George William Johnson (1848)
""I saw this disaster," he tells us, " but could give no relief; for after I was got through, / was in the emmys rear ..."
4. The Chronicle of Pierre de Langtoft: In French Verse from the Earliest by of Langtoft Peter, Thomas Wright (1868)
"... C. 3 Son emmys, C. * sunt omitted in B. •' This and the two preceding lines are omitted in D. " leu ..."