Definition of Pryses
1. pryse [v] - See also: pryse
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pryses
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Literary usage of Pryses
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Notes and Queries by Martim de Albuquerque (1861)
"... and Syb »Hers* pryses. | Like play-bills, every one of these ancient announcements, for prizes given to master« and scholars at fencing- ..."
2. The Case of Requisition: In Re a Petition of Right of De Keyser's Royal by Leslie Frederic Scott, Alfred Hildesley (1920)
"... and also to have and take of anie of our subjects Ashes at and for reasonable pryses to be given for the same And also to have and take workhouses for ..."
3. The Kentucky Law Reporter by Kentucky Court of Appeals (1895)
"Each of the pryses filed their separate statements and affidavits with the county clerk, giving the names of the persons from ..."
4. The Camden Miscellany by Camden Society (Great Britain), William Taswell, Joseph Burtt, Royal Historical Society (Great Britain, William John Thoms, John Gough Nichols, William Durrant Cooper, George Percy Elliott (1853)
"Yea, I woulde wysh that the pryses of all the ... pryses allredy, that no wyse nation woulde bye so mai,y of them as we doe, at so unreasonable price. ..."
5. The Gentleman's Magazine (1883)
"... and to note every man that hath felles, and what nomber and their pryses, and to buy them yf they can, wcb. if any of them do, they shall take the ..."