Definition of Mesnes

1. mesne [n] - See also: mesne



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mesnes

mesmerization
mesmerizations
mesmerize
mesmerized
mesmerizer
mesmerizers
mesmerizes
mesmerizing
mesmerizingly
mesmorise
mesna
mesnalties
mesnalty
mesne
mesne lord
mesnes (current term)
meso-
meso-cystine
meso-inositol
meso-ontomorph
meso-region
meso-regions
meso-tartrate dehydrogenase
meso compound
meso compounds
mesoangioblast
mesoangioblasts
mesoappendices
mesoappendix
mesoappendixes

Literary usage of Mesnes

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1. A Practical Treatise of the Law of Mortmain, and Charitable Uses and Trusts by Leonard Shelford (1836)
"That Lands shall not be aliened in Mortmain, where there be mesnes, without their consent. TOUCHING the king's grant to be made upon inquests re- turned ..."

2. Britton: An English Translation and Notes by Francis Morgan Nichols (1901)
"The mesnes may also aid themselves by exceptions against the tenants ; for they may demand whether the plaintiffs have anything whereby they are held and ..."

3. Remains, Historical and Literary, Connected with the Palatine Counties of by Chetham Society (1889)
"... the large meadow, the Bull hey, and the mesnes, the last of which was heretofore in several closes, but is now in one close only. ..."

4. Remains, Historical and Literary, Connected with the Palatine Counties of by Chetham Society (1889)
"... the large meadow, the Bull hey, and the mesnes, the last of which was heretofore in several closes, but is now in one close only. ..."

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