Definition of Reames

1. reame [n] - See also: reame



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Reames

realters
realtie
realties
realtime
realtor
realtors
realty
reame
reamed
reamend
reamended
reamends
reamers
reames (current term)
reamier
reamiest
reaming
reamplify
reamplifying
reamputation
reamputations
reams
reamy
rean
reanalysable
reanalyse
reanalysed
reanalyses

Literary usage of Reames

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1. The New England Company of 1649 and John Eliot: The Ledger for the Years by George Parker Winship (1920)
"That Mr Threr bee Desired to pay Mr Jon Cade for 104 reames of fine Filler paper after the rate of 5e 8d pr reame & for pack- inge &c. ye summe of 29" 148 ..."

2. The New England Historical and Genealogical Register (1912)
"Son-in-law John reames to be my executor, and if he refuse or be behind in payment of my legacies then my overseers John Kenward of boxted the elder and ..."

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