Definition of Soilier
1. soily [adj] - See also: soily
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Soilier
Literary usage of Soilier
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Bradford's History "of Plimoth Plantation.": From the Original Manuscript by William Bradford, Massachusetts General Court, Massachusetts Office of the Secretary of State (1899)
"... us much to hasten this warr to an end before y* end of this soilier, otherwise y* newes of it will discourage both your & our ..."
2. Specimens of the Early English Poets: To which is Prefixed, an Historical by George Ellis (1811)
"Sc. Bright, glittering, according to Sibbald, from the Irish soilier, rutilus. Sucre, (n.) sugar. (Fr.) Swa, (adv.) so. ..."
3. Specimens of the Early English Poets: To which is Prefixed, an Historical by George Ellis (1845)
"Sc. Bright, glittering, according to Sib- bald, from the Irish soilier, rutilus. Sucre, n. sugar. (Fr.) Swa, adv. so. ..."
4. World's War Events: Recorded by Statesmen, Commanders, Historians and by Men by Francis Joseph Reynolds, Allen Leon Churchill (1919)
"Conspicuous in his khaki among this spate An ^ of Italian gray, stood an English soldier con- soilier ..."
5. Book-prices Current: A Record of Prices at which Books Have Been Sold at Auction (1900)
"The British Museum Library contains no earlier edition than that of 1636, and that too is the earliest issue catalogued by Lowndes.—ED.] soilier an, £2 2s. ..."