Definition of Paleways
1. palewise [adv] - See also: palewise
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Paleways
Literary usage of Paleways
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The British Herald; Or, Cabinet of Armorial Bearings of the Nobility by Thomas Robson (1830)
"... thistle conjoined paleways, all ppr. ASHURST, [Ches.] gu. across engr. or, in the chief dexter quarter a fleur-de-lis or. Ashurst, [Lane. ..."
2. A Treatise on Heraldry, British and Foreign: With English and French Glossaries by John Woodward (1896)
"Three such erect swords would still be " paleways" if they were placed two and one ; or in fess ; in bend, etc.; these latter words only explain the ..."
3. Shaffner's Telegraph Companion: Devoted to the Science and Art of the Morse by Taliaferro Preston Shaffner (1854)
"The paleways of thirteen pieces is symbolic of the original thirteen United States ... The stripes of the flag represent the paleways of the escutcheon, ..."
4. A Glossary of Terms Used in Heraldry by Henry Gough, James Parker (1894)
"Their position should be described, whether paleways or ... a dagger paleways in base proper, [and in chief a mullet for difference]—LINDSAY, ..."
5. Army Regulations by Confederate States of America War Dept, United States War Dept (1901)
"... the device being located by placing the middle point of the line dividing the chief from the paleways of the escutcheon upon the point of intersection ..."
6. The history of the worthies of England by Thomas Fuller (1840)
"paleways of six Arg. and Az.; on a bend G. three cinquefoils O. 4 Egid. Daubeny . ... G. two angels' wings paleways inverted O. 13 Will. ..."