Definition of Falconries
1. falconry [n] - See also: falconry
Lexicographical Neighbors of Falconries
Literary usage of Falconries
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Gentleman's Magazine (1869)
"Philip Stanhope, Earl of Chesterfield, possesses Bretby Hall in Derbyshire, which has a splendid clock-tower, falconries, warrens, and very fine sheets of ..."
2. Rome and the Renaissance: The Pontificate of Julius II by Julian Klaczko (1903)
"... have come down to us, we find many a mention of expenses incurred for the aqueducts, stables, warrens, kennels, aviaries, and falconries of La Magliana. ..."
3. Architectural Guide to Moscow by Aleksandr Viktorovich Anisimov (1993)
"falconries ware often held there. The lands were long famous for their Tsars' fruit gardens and orchards, traces of which are still visible today. ..."
4. Paris and Its Story: By T. Okey; Illustrated by Katherine Kimball & O. F. M by Thomas Okey (1904)
"... rounded by tennis courts, falconries, menageries, delightful and spacious gardens—a hostel solennel des grands ..."