Definition of Diseurs

1. diseur [n] - See also: diseur



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Diseurs

disestablishing
disestablishment
disestablishmentarian
disestablishmentarianism
disestablishmentarians
disestablishments
disestablisht
disesteem
disesteemed
disesteemer
disesteemers
disesteeming
disesteems
disestimation
diseur
diseurs (current term)
diseuse
diseuses
disfame
disfames
disfancied
disfancies
disfancy
disfancying
disfashion
disfashioned
disfashioning
disfashions

Literary usage of Diseurs

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1. Historical Sketches of Feudalism, British and Continental: With Numerous by Andrew Bell (1852)
"Finally, the diseurs were to exact from the knights the oath "that they wore neither swords, armour, nor loaded sticks ; nor would thrust their arms nor ..."

2. Notes and Queries by Martim de Albuquerque (1851)
"Campen, the diseurs. Modest, f and are these words to be found in ... It is curious that the only two references made by Hishop Andrews to the diseurs. ..."

3. The Gentleman's Magazine (1830)
"It is consoling however to know, that these mere “diseurs de Patre.. notres” have not yet attained to the highest ranks of the hierarchy; but that these are ..."

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