Definition of Spurriers

1. Noun. (plural of spurrier) ¹



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Definition of Spurriers

1. spurrier [n] - See also: spurrier

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Spurriers

spurnes
spurneth
spurning
spurningly
spurnings
spurns
spurnwater
spurnwaters
spurred
spurred gentian
spurrer
spurrers
spurrey
spurreys
spurrier
spurriers (current term)
spurries
spurring
spurrings
spurrite
spurrites
spurry
spurs
spurs of the moment
spurted
spurter
spurters
spurting
spurtle

Literary usage of Spurriers

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1. Readings in European History: A Collection of Extracts from the Sources by James Harvey Robinson (1904)
"In the first place, that no one of the trade of spurriers shall work longer than from the beginning of the day until curfew rings out at the church of St. ..."

2. Readings in European History: A Collection of Extracts from the Sources by James Harvey Robinson (1904)
"In the first place, that no one of the trade of spurriers shall work longer than from the beginning of the day until curfew rings out at the church of St. ..."

3. Readings in English History Drawn from the Original Sources: Intended to by Edward Potts Cheyney (1908)
"In the first place, that no one of the trade of spurriers No night shall work longer than from the beginning of the day until work curfew rung out at the ..."

4. Readings in English History Drawn from the Original Sources: Intended to by Edward Potts Cheyney (1922)
"In the first place, that no one of the trade of spurriers No night shall work longer than from the beginning of the day until work curfew rung out at ..."

5. English Literature from Widsith to the Death of Chaucer: A Source Book by Allen Rogers Benham (1916)
"In the first place, —• that no one of the trade of spurriers shall work longer than from the beginning of the day until curfew rung out at the Church of ..."

6. English Towns and Gilds by Edward Potts Cheyney (1898)
"ARTICLES OF THE spurriers OF LONDON, AD 1345. ... In the first place,—that no one of the trade of spurriers shall work longer than from the beginning of the ..."

7. The Local Historian's Table Book: Of Remarkable Occurences, Historical Facts (1841)
"Amongst the companies enumerated in Brand's History of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, the spurriers appear to have been extinct previous to the year 1655, when, ..."

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