Definition of Scrimures

1. scrimure [n] - See also: scrimure



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Scrimures

scrimshander
scrimshandered
scrimshandering
scrimshanders
scrimshank
scrimshanked
scrimshanker
scrimshankers
scrimshanking
scrimshanks
scrimshaw
scrimshawed
scrimshawing
scrimshaws
scrimure
scrimures (current term)
scrimy
scrine
scrines
scrip
scripophilies
scripophily
scrippage
scrips
script
script editor
script editors
script kiddie
script kiddies
script kiddy

Literary usage of Scrimures

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1. The Works of William Shakespeare: The Plays Ed. from the Folio of MDCXXIII by William Shakespeare (1862)
"... have "the scrimures" — manifestly a mere ignorant printing of « th' escrimeurs,' helped perhaps by an accidental putting of the space on the wrong side ..."

2. Specimens of Early English Metrical Romances: To which is Prefixed an by George Ellis, James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps (1848)
"... Containing 38 beautifully executed Lithographic Drawings, of all the Genealogies recorded in tue Sacred scrimures, ..."

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