Definition of Commeres
1. commere [n] - See also: commere
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Commeres
Literary usage of Commeres
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Boy's Froissart: Being Sir John Froissart's Chronicles of Adventure by Jean Froissart (1879)
"The island of commeres, though not large, is very pleasant. The lords there refreshed themselves, and praised God for having all met again without essential ..."
2. The Chronicle of Froissart by Jean Froissart (1902)
"... set their courses to drawe to the isle of commeres,4 a xxx. myle fro ... This isle of commeres is a ..."
3. Sir John Froissart's Chronicles of England, France, Spain, and the Adjoining by Jean Froissart (1806)
"... as directly as they could for the ifland of commeres *, which is but thirty miles from the town of Africa, whither they bent their ..."
4. Sir John Froissart's Chronicles of England, France, Spain and the Ajoining by Jean Froissart, Thomas Johns (1808)
"... as they could for the ifland of commeres *, which is but thirty miles from the town of Africa, ... The ifland of commeres, though not large, ..."
5. Chronicles of England, France, Spain and the Adjoining Countries: From the by Jean Froissart, Thomas Johnes (1849)
"... they could for the island of commeres*, which is but thirty miles from the town of Africa, whither they bent their course. The masters of the vessels ..."
6. On Transferred Appellations of Human Beings, Chiefly in English and German by Josef Reinius (1903)
"... 3. hence f 'a (low-class) woman' etc., cf. quots. 14th and 15th c.: »Ce ne sont que commeres et gens de neant*; 4. 'avec quelques qualites ou defauts ..."