Definition of Paynimry
1. heathendom [n PAYNIMRIES]
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Literary usage of Paynimry
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1. Renaissance in Italy: Italian Literature by John Addington Symonds (1881)
"... in Italy—Burlesque Elements—The Morgante Maggiore—Adventures in paynimry—Roncesvalles—Episodes introduced by the Poet—Sources in older Poems—The Treason ..."
2. Renaissance in Italy: The Fine Arts by John Addington Symonds (1906)
"... Italy—Burlesque Elements—The ' Morgante Maggiore'—Adventures in paynimry—Roncesvalles—Episodes introduced by the Poet—Sources in older Poems—The Treason ..."
3. Poetica Erotica: A Collection of Rare and Curious Amatory Verse by Thomas Robert Smith (1921)
"... but full of spunk To battle with the paynimry. 'Twill show thee liveliness galore And perfect in its raillery: Zayn ..."
4. Renaissance in Italy: Italian Literature by John Addington Symonds (1881)
"Medoro plucks the rose for which both Christendom and paynimry had fought in furious rivalry; and wayward Love requites their insults with a by-blow from ..."
5. The Fly (1839)
"... and thicket green ; Marvel it was, and pity much, to see Such noble knight enthralled in paynimry. This chieftain was a hunter keen and bold. ..."
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