Definition of Entayling
1. entayle [v] - See also: entayle
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Literary usage of Entayling
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Gentleman's Magazine (1837)
"... entayling the same upon his heires male of his body for ever.” 1' in the December of the year ..."
2. A Collection of Curious Discourses by Thomas Hearne (1771)
"The marriage of his daugter Maud, and the entayling of the crown on her and her heirs, was dope by parliament: the accord alfo between him and Stephen was ..."
3. Selections from the Household Books of the Lord William Howard of Naworth by William Howard, George Ornsby (1878)
"... Leonard, Edwarde, and Francis Dacre, whoe drew and persuaded him to that unfortunate course of entayling his land, as they, coming unto him lying uppon ..."
4. A Collection of Curious Discourses Written by Eminent Antiquaries Upon by Thomas Hearne (1775)
"The making of his kws were by act of parliament: the marriage of his daughter Maud, and the entayling of the crown to her, were done by act of parliament: ..."
5. The Bible Word-book: A Glossary of Archaic Words and Phrases in the by Jonathan Eastwood, William Aldis Wright (1884)
"For that which concerned the entayling of the Crowne; (more then that he was true to his owne Will, that he would not indure any mention of the Lady ..."
6. The Topographer and Genealogist by John Gough Nichols (1858)
"The creation is as follows:— " Charles Cockayne, created Baron and Viscount Cullen, in the county of Tipperary, in Ireland, entayling the same upon his ..."