Definition of Peytrals

1. peytral [n] - See also: peytral



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Peytrals

peyer's glands
peyer's patch
peyote
peyotes
peyotism
peyotisms
peyotist
peyotists
peyotl
peyotls
peyse
peysed
peyses
peysing
peytral
peytrals (current term)
peytrel
peytrels
pezant
pezants
peziza
pezizas
pezizoid
pezzottaite
pezzottaites
pf.
pfaff
pfaffed
pfaffing
pfaffs

Literary usage of Peytrals

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1. History of British Costume by James Robinson Planché (1836)
"Another act was passed in this reign forbidding the use of " gilt bridles and peytrals, and other gilt harness." The military and female costume of persons ..."

2. History of British Costume: From the Earliest Period to the Close of the by James Robinson Planché (1847)
"Another act was passed in this reign forbidding the use of " gilt bridles and peytrals, and other gilt harness." The military and female costume of persons ..."

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