Definition of Kerchieves
1. kerchief [n] - See also: kerchief
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Kerchieves
Literary usage of Kerchieves
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Bookman (1906)
"At late luncheon we were so elated over having arrived somewhere that John called the waiter, and told him his hand- kerchieves were very good. ..."
2. Historical Outlines of English Accidence, Comprising Chapters on the History by Richard Morris (1899)
"In Middle English we find prooves, kerchieves, beeves. (f) Words ending in -ff, -rf, form the plural by the addition of s, and the / is left unchanged, ..."
3. Records of the Borough of Nottingham: Being a Series of Extracts from the by Nottingham (England) (1883)
"(three kerchieves . . . the third of Norfolk-thread, price 14d.); 1321, ro. for. 5&. Probably a finely woven fabrie, like the Paris thread of Lydgate's ..."