Definition of Lingeries
1. lingerie [n] - See also: lingerie
Lexicographical Neighbors of Lingeries
Literary usage of Lingeries
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A System of Ancient and Mediæval Geography for the Use of Schools and Colleges by Charles Anthon (1850)
"Cities among' the lingeries. 1. Ravenna, on the coast, a short distance below the Spinet- ic mouth of the Po. ..."
2. Cornelii Taciti historiarum libri qui supersunt: The histories of Tacitus by Cornelius Tacitus (1891)
"Cerialis addresses the Treveri and lingeries. 75. Civilis and Classicus vainly attempt to intrigue with Cerialis ; they advance against him. 76. ..."
3. Labor in Europe and America: A Special Report on the Rates of Wages, the by Edward Young (1875)
"... fifty centimes for the seamstresses employed by tailors, four francs for regular seamstresses, corset-makers, and the women who work for the lingeries. ..."
4. Miscellaneous Works of Edward Gibbon, Esquire: With Memoirs of His Life and by Edward Gibbon, John Holroyd Sheffield (1796)
"Les Ball, les lingeries, ... The Boii, lingeries, and Senones, inhabited the dutchies of Parma and ..."