Definition of Feals
1. feal [v] - See also: feal
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Feals
façon de parler
façons de parler
feals (current term)
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Literary usage of Feals
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Gentleman's Magazine (1798)
"... fuch a + bird being on the feals of the Corporation and ihe mayor. The writer, how- e»er, who it neither native nor regular inhabitant of the town, ..."
2. The Statutes at Large: From Magna Charta to ... 1869 by Great Britain (1765)
"... under his or their hand and féal, or hands and feals, to be delivered to the ... by warrant under the hand and féal, or hands and feals of the ..."
3. The Justice of the Peace and Parish Officer: Continued to the Present Time by Richard Burn (1797)
"... under the hands and feals of two com- ... they lhall appoint} elk- where, under the hands and feals of the collectors and ..."
4. A General Collection of the Best and Most Interesting Voyages and Travels in by John Pinkerton (1809)
"I was teld alfo, that three hundred and twenty feals, young and old, have been killed at one ... The natives told me that the feals are regularly coupled, ..."
5. An Introduction to Mr James Anderson's Diplomata Scotiæ: To which is Added by Thomas Ruddiman (1773)
"Lead feals were very rarely ufed but by the popes, among whom alone the ufe of fuch feals remained for many centuries ; from whence their charters got the ..."
6. Archaeologia; Or, Miscellaneous Tracts Relating to Antiquity. by Society of Antiquaries of London (1804)
"... fo I judge it to be on the feals of William Rufus, Henry I. &c. where our antiquaries, Speed and Sandford, have run into the fame error. ..."
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