Definition of Corrody

1. Noun. (obsolete) A form of pension or annuity given as provision for maintenance. ¹



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Definition of Corrody

1. corody [n -DIES] - See also: corody

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Corrody

corroboratives
corroborator
corroborators
corroboratory
corroboree
corroborees
corrode
corroded
corrodes
corrodibilities
corrodibility
corrodible
corrodies
corroding
corrodingly
corrody (current term)
corrolate
corrosibilities
corrosibility
corrosible
corrosibleness
corrosion
corrosion casting
corrosion of tissue
corrosions
corrosive
corrosive of tissue
corrosive sublimate
corrosive ulcer
corrosively

Literary usage of Corrody

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1. Record Series by Yorkshire Archaeological Society, Yorkshire Archaeological and Topographical Association (1902)
"Of a corrody held by him. [25 EDW. I. No. 63. ... He had that corrody as Canon of the church of Beverley, and the said portion is worth by the year ten ..."

2. History of English Poetry from the Twelfth to the Close of the Sixteenth Century by Thomas Warton, William Carew Hazlitt, Richard Price (1871)
"So early as the year 1180, in the reign of Henry II., Jeffrey the harper received a corrody or * In the ancient annual rolls of accompt of ..."

3. A History of the Knights of Malta: Or The Order of the Hospital of St. John by Whitworth Porter (1858)
"CLOTHING corrody. — LAW CHARGES. — REVENUE OF ENGLISH PROPERTY. DURING the three centuries which had elapsed between the first establishment of the Order of ..."

4. A Manual of Hindu Law: For the Use of Students and Practitioners by Standish Grove Grady (1871)
"A corrody seems to be an incorporeal hereditament. ... L. 209, says, But a corrody being the grant of an annuity assigned upon some particular fund, ..."

5. Catalogue of the Stowe Manuscripts in the British Museum by Bertram Ashburnham Ashburnham, Charles O'Conor (1896)
"Grant of a corrody by, Staff., and Winshill, co. Derb., [1281- 1305]. Ch. 70. 1305]. Ch. 84. ... corrody ..."

6. Henry VIII and the English Monasteries: An Attempt to Illustrate the History by Francis Aidan Gasquet (1902)
"EXAMPLE of a corrody at Bridlington Priory.— (RO Exch. Augmentation Off. Misc. Bk., 237, p. 73-) " This indenture at Bridlington the 26th day of September, ..."

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