Definition of Sapour

1. sapor [n -S] - See also: sapor



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sapour

saponite
saponites
saponul
saponule
saponules
sapor
saporific
saporosity
saporous
sapors
sapota
sapotaceous
sapotas
sapote
sapotes
sapour (current term)
sapours
sappan
sappan wood
sappans
sappare
sapped
sapper
sappers
sapphic
sapphically
sapphics
sapphire
sapphire berry
sapphirelike

Literary usage of Sapour

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Early English Poetry, Ballads, and Popular Literature of the Middle Agesby Percy Society by Percy Society (1848)
"Thy bread is blacke, of ill sapour and taste, And harde as a flint because thou none should waste, That scant be thy teeth able it to breake; ..."

2. The Cytezen and Uplondyshman: An Eclogueby Alexander Barclay, Frederick William Fairholt by Alexander Barclay, Frederick William Fairholt (1847)
"Thy bread is blacke, of ill sapour and taste, And harde as a flint because thou none should waste, That scant be thy teeth able it to breake; ..."

3. Early Tudor Poetry, 1485-1547 by John Milton Berdan (1920)
"EARLY TUDOR POETRY Thy bread is blacke, of ill sapour and taste. ... moste diuers of sapour, On one dishe dayly nodes shalt thou blowe. ..."

4. Early Tudor Poetry, 1485-1547 by John Milton Berdan (1920)
"Thy bread is blacke, of ill sapour and taste, And harde as a flint because thou none should wast, That scant be thy teeth able it to breake, ..."

5. A View of the History and Coinage of the Parthians: With Descriptive by John Lindsay (1852)
"... and after the birth of a son, who was called sapour, a favorable opportunity occurring, he was presented to his father who joyfully received him, ..."

6. Early English Poetry, Ballads, and Popular Literature of the Middle Agesby Percy Society by Percy Society (1848)
"Thy bread is blacke, of ill sapour and taste, And harde as a flint because thou none should waste, That scant be thy teeth able it to breake; ..."

7. The Cytezen and Uplondyshman: An Eclogueby Alexander Barclay, Frederick William Fairholt by Alexander Barclay, Frederick William Fairholt (1847)
"Thy bread is blacke, of ill sapour and taste, And harde as a flint because thou none should waste, That scant be thy teeth able it to breake; ..."

8. Early Tudor Poetry, 1485-1547 by John Milton Berdan (1920)
"EARLY TUDOR POETRY Thy bread is blacke, of ill sapour and taste. ... moste diuers of sapour, On one dishe dayly nodes shalt thou blowe. ..."

9. Early Tudor Poetry, 1485-1547 by John Milton Berdan (1920)
"Thy bread is blacke, of ill sapour and taste, And harde as a flint because thou none should wast, That scant be thy teeth able it to breake, ..."

10. A View of the History and Coinage of the Parthians: With Descriptive by John Lindsay (1852)
"... and after the birth of a son, who was called sapour, a favorable opportunity occurring, he was presented to his father who joyfully received him, ..."

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