Definition of Noverints

1. noverint [n] - See also: noverint



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Noverints

novelty shop
novelty song
novelty theory
november
novemdecillion
novemdecillions
novena
novenae
novenaries
novenary
novenas
novene
novennial
novercal
noverint
noverints (current term)
novgorodovaite
novice
novices
noviceship
noviceships
noviciate
noviciates
novillada
novillero
novilunar
novitiate
novitiates
novities
novitious

Literary usage of Noverints

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1. History of William Shakespeare, Player and Poet: With New Facts and Traditions by Stephen Watson Fullom (1864)
"... but that the noverints were Shakespeares. The poet's knowledge of the law is, in truth, easily explained—more easily than most of his acquirements. ..."

2. Shakespeare, from an American Point of View: Including an Inquiry as to His by George Wilkes, J. W. Taverner (1882)
"... men by these presents," hence attorneys were often called noverints from their frequent use of that term. The nickname could apply to no other class. ..."

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