Definition of Ramilie
1. ramillie [n -S] - See also: ramillie
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Literary usage of Ramilie
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1. The works of Henry Fielding, ed. with a biogr. essay by L. Stephen by Henry Fielding, Leslie Stephen (1882)
"But now, ramilie, what do you think this affair is that I am transacting ? ramilie. Nay, Mrs. Lappet, now you are putting too severe a task upon me. ..."
2. A Cyclopaedia of Costume Or Dictionary of Dress, Including Notices of by James Robinson Planché (1876)
"In the reign of George I, the famous battle of ramilies introduced the ramilie wig, with a long, gradually diminishing plaited tail, ..."
3. History of British Costume by James Robinson Planché (1834)
"The famous battle of ramilies, for instance, introduced the ramilie cock of the hat, and a long gradually-diminishing plaited tail to the wig, ..."
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