Definition of Tiroes
1. tiro [n] - See also: tiro
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Literary usage of Tiroes
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Friends' Library: Comprising Journals, Doctrinal Treatises, and Other by William Evans, Thomas Evans (1848)
"Thus, after a time of much reduction of mind and body, with a little revival of strength, a prospect, which I have had et tiroes for some years, ..."
2. The Sacred and Profane History of the World Connected: From the Creation of by Samuel Shuckford, James Creighton (1819)
"... for at these three tiroes in every year all their males were to come up from all parts of the country into the place where the tabernacle was fixed, ..."
3. Encyclopaedia Americana: A Popular Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature by Francis Lieber, Thomas Gamaliel Bradford (1831)
"... substituted for grain in tiroes of scarcity, but it is heavy and unwholesome. In Egypt, flax is sown about the middle of December, and is ripe in March. ..."
4. A Law Dictionary Containing Definitions of the Terms and Phrases of American by Henry Campbell Black (1910)
"... early Norman tiroes. It was established by William the Conqueror in his own'hall. It was composed of the great officers of state, resident in the palace ..."