Definition of Miskens
1. misken [v] - See also: misken
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Literary usage of Miskens
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Manuscripts of Rye and Hereford Corporations by John Dovaston, Rye (England), Thomas Barrett-Lennard, Frederick Cleave Loder Symonds, Hereford (England), William Dunn Macray, Edmond Robert Wodehouse, William Walter Legge Dartmouth, William John Hardy, William Page, Robert Lloyd Kenyon, William Oxenh (1892)
"And that nil persons within the citty doe within 6 days remove theire miskens out of the streets and back lanes, sub pena Qs. Sd., and after proclamation ..."
2. A History of the English Church During the Civil Wars and Under the by William Arthur Shaw (1900)
"Marshall miskens us altogether: he is for a middle way of his own, and draws a 1 Lightfoot, 307-8 ; Gillespie, 65-66. 2C. J., iii., 626, 13th September, ..."
3. The Pictorial History of England: Being a History of the People, as Well as by George Lillie Craik (1841)
"The scholars, seeing this, they tore them all in pieces, and threw them into the sea; the bishop, hearing of this, miskens [passes over] all wisely, ..."
4. Report on the Manuscripts of the Earl of Mar and Kellie by Thomas Erskine Kellie (1904)
"... miskens all. 1626, April 1 to '23 December, 1629.—Fourteen accounts cf the receipt and expenditure of his Majesty's money by Sir Henry "Wardlaw, ..."
5. The Register of the Privy Council of Scotland by Scotland Privy Council (1904)
"... miskens her, so as she is forced now to meane her selfe to the saids Lords least she starve, seing the keepers of the hous will advance her no more. ..."