Definition of Foedaries

1. foedarie [n] - See also: foedarie



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Foedaries

fodder
foddered
fodderer
fodderers
foddering
fodders
fodgel
fodient
fodientia
fodients
fodies
fodrin
fody
foe
foedarie
foedaries (current term)
foederati
foederatus
foehn
foehns
foehood
foeman
foemen
foen
foes
foeship
foetal
foetal adrenal cortex
foetal age
foetal alcohol effects

Literary usage of Foedaries

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1. The British Plutarch, Or Biographical Entertainer. Being a Select Collection by Thomas Mortimer (1762)
"... writing letters to all the foedaries of England, to look better to the ... by the foedaries, and rated the fines at a year and a half, according to the ..."

2. The History of Ireland from the Invasion of Henry II.: With a Preliminary by Thomas Leland (1814)
"He led his new foedaries to Dublin, where he lived n that pomp which suited his temper and understanding, ..."

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