Definition of Gillets
1. gillet [n] - See also: gillet
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gillets
Literary usage of Gillets
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The New England Historical and Genealogical Register (1893)
""graunted . . . also to Jonathan Gillet 4 acres" ("over against fox poynt"); " the bounds being from Jonathan gillets pale &c."; aud "one [lot] the other ..."
2. Sessional Papersby Canada Parliament by Canada Parliament (1901)
"... 63 at 8Jc ; case gillets lye $4.25 ; box QL soap; Butterworth & Co : packing, 33 Ibs of frictionless at SI, 2s of Tuck's core at 90o, 25 of 4 in! ..."
3. The Lismore Papers of Richard Boyle, First and "Great" Earl of Cork by Alexander Balloch Grosart, Richard Boyle Cork (1886)
"... and Mr Jobe gillets direction I assigned Mr Ball to satisfie one Danieli Bryne of Dublin, merchant, for Mr Jobe gillets debt, for wch Cap'" ..."
4. Annual Report for ... with Accompanying Papers by Iowa Geological Survey (1902)
"From gillets Grove the drainage seems to have still passed for some time on ... Thus the moraine reaches the river at Ocheyedan, at Spencer, at gillets ..."
5. Publications by English Dialect Society (1880)
"... sb. a large lake trout, commonly said to have a gizzard like that of a fowl. gillets, sb. narrow channels among rocks. ..."
6. Collections by Massachusetts Historical Society (1900)
"Silk stockings, gillets, &c., for yourself, gewgaws & other contrivances for Madame ? A propos, all hail, Madame ! may your nights & days be many & full of ..."