Definition of Milors
1. milor [n] - See also: milor
Lexicographical Neighbors of Milors
milors (current term)
Literary usage of Milors
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Court of the Tuileries from the Restoration to the Flight of Louis Philippe by Catherine Charlotte Jackson (1897)
"A Search for an Old Spinet. — The Great Ones of the Earth. — King Solomon in Paris. — Making Hay while the Sun Shone. — "Z« Anglais Pour Rire."—milors and ..."
2. Gems for the Fireside: Comprising the Most Unique, Touching, Pithy, and by Otis Henry Tiffany (1883)
"milors and Gentlemans! " commences the Frenchman, elevating eyebrows and shrugging his shoulders. ... milors and gentlemans, I feel dat I can perspire to no ..."
3. The Orator's Manual: A Practical and Philosophical Treatise on Vocal Culture by George Lansing Raymond (1910)
"milors and gentlemans! You excellent chairman, M. le Baron de Mount-Stuart, he have say to me," Make de ... milors and gentlemans, I feel dat I can perspire ..."
4. The British Critic: A New Review (1822)
"Then might you every where behold the people trembling, groaning, and beating their breasts; then were all the milors much troubled, not knowing what steps ..."
5. The Spirit of the Public Journals: Being an Impartial Selection of the Most by Stephen Jones, Charles Molloy Westmacott (1808)
"... and der was Milor Fitzharris, he fas make profonde reverence to rfe fc/i. Milor Fitzharris he t'fl^ say, in ver execrable jargon, dat de milors vere ver ..."
6. Lady Jane Grey, and Her Times by Francis Charles Laird (1822)
"... allied to the crown; for, different from all kingdoms, the females here succeed to the throne. Many milors sided with him, and principally the duke of ..."