Definition of Almains

1. Noun. (plural of Almain) ¹



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Definition of Almains

1. almain [n] - See also: almain

Lexicographical Neighbors of Almains

allœopathy
allœosis
allœotic
alma
alma mater
alma maters
almacantar
almae matres
almagest
almagests
almagra
almah
almahs
almain
almain-rivet
almains
almanac
almanack
almanacks
almanacs
almandine
almandines
almandite
almandites
almarudite
almas
alme
almeh
almehs
almemar

Literary usage of Almains

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Dawn in Britain by Charles Montagu Doughty (1906)
"... with his Almains, Mounts homeward. He, ere long, will turn again ; Thus made is their accord, with all who will Partake the adventure of the prince of ..."

2. Original Letters Illustrative of English History: Including Numerous Royal by Henry Ellis (1846)
"... him of Intelligence he had received concerning tumults at Edinburgh; and of hostilities committed by the French and Almains. [Ms. COTTON. CALIG. B. VII. ..."

3. State Papers: Relating to Henry VIII. by Great Britain Record Commission (1849)
"... declare unto Him our mynde for the proceding of our armey of Almains, without damage or spoyle of any ..."

4. The History of the Holy War by Thomas Fuller (1840)
"The last I find are a handful of Almains used against Kett, in Norfolk in the days of King Edward VI.3. And let it be our prayers, that as for those ..."

5. Tudor Tracts, 1532-1588 by Albert Frederick Pollard (1903)
"The Walloons and Almains, having long resisted without any fresh relief or supply, ... The Walloons and Almains which were to defend the town [being chiefly ..."

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