Definition of Peytral

1. a piece of armor for the breast of a horse [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Peytral

peyer's
peyer's glands
peyer's patch
peyote
peyotes
peyotism
peyotisms
peyotist
peyotists
peyotl
peyotls
peyse
peysed
peyses
peysing
peytral (current term)
peytrals
peytrel
peytrels
pezant
pezants
peziza
pezizas
pezizoid
pezzottaite
pezzottaites
pf.
pfaff
pfaffed
pfaffing

Literary usage of Peytral

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1. The Tribune Almanac and Political Register For by Horace Greeley (1899)
"On the following day M. Paul Louis peytral was Invited by the President to form a Cabinet which ... In consequence of M. peytral'i friends insisting that a ..."

2. Annual Register by Burke, Edmund, 1729-1797, Edmund Burke (1899)
"... of the Italian Premier, General Pelloux, borrowed largely from the programme of their predecessors. For example, M. peytral, Minister of Finance, ..."

3. The Income Tax: A Study of the History, Theory and Practice of Income by Edwin Robert Anderson Seligman (1911)
"After the failure of this attempt the new Minister of Finance, peytral, ... peytral tells us that " it is superfluous to remind Parliament of the ..."

4. The Advocate of Peace by American Peace Society (1904)
"Mr. peytral: You know that large sums have recently been voted. ... Mr. peytral: I mean simply that the same vote which gave Marseilles the necessary funds ..."

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