Definition of Peregal

1. a. Fully equal.



Definition of Peregal

1. an equal [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Peregal

perdurability
perdurable
perdurably
perdurantism
perdurantist
perdurantists
perdure
perdured
perdures
perduring
perdus
perdy
pere
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perea
peregal (current term)
peregals
peregrin
peregrinate
peregrinated
peregrinates
peregrinating
peregrination
peregrinations
peregrinator
peregrinators
peregrine
peregrine-falcon
peregrine falcon
peregrine falcons

Literary usage of Peregal

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1. Old English Plays: Being a Selection from the Early Dramatic Writers by Charles Wentworth Dilke (1814)
"All, beyond all, no peregal *: you are wondered at (aside) for an ass. Bal . Well, Dildo, no Christian ... peregal," equal. So in Chaucer's "Troilus and ..."

2. Old English Plays: Being a Selection from the Early Dramatic Writers by Charles Wentworth Dilke (1814)
"All, beyond all, no peregal *: you are wondered at (aside) for an ass. Sal. Well, Dildo, no Christian creature shall know hereafter, what I will do for thee ..."

3. The Whole Works of John Bunyan by John Bunyan, George Offor (1862)
"'peregal;' equal. The angel illustrates to him the doctrine of the Trinity, by the world being round, without beginning or end ¡having breadth, length, ..."

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