Definition of Signiories

1. Noun. (plural of signiory) ¹



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Definition of Signiories

1. signiory [n] - See also: signiory

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Signiories

signifiest
signifieth
signify
signifying
signifying chain
signifyings
signing
signing in
signing off
signing on
signing out
signing up
signings
signior
signiori
signiories (current term)
signiorize
signiorized
signiorizes
signiorizing
signiors
signiorship
signiorships
signiory
signless
signmaker
signmakers
signoff
signoffs
signor

Literary usage of Signiories

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1. The Statutes at Large of South Carolina by South Carolina, Thomas Cooper, David James McCord (1836)
"No one person shall have more than one dignity, with the signiories or baronies thereunto belonging. But when soever it shall happen, that any one who is ..."

2. The Old South Leaflets: Annual Series by Edwin D Mead (1903)
"No one person shall have more than one dignity, with the signiories or baronies thereunto belonging. But whensoever it shall happen that any one, ..."

3. The Works of John Locke by John Locke (1823)
"... shall consist of eight signiories, eight baronies, and four precincts; each precinct shall consist of six colonies. V. At any time before the year one ..."

4. The Works of John Locke by John Locke (1823)
"The lords of signiories and baronies shall have power only of granting estates not exceeding three lives, or thirty-one years, in two-thirds of the said ..."

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