Definition of Precipe

1. n. See Præcipe, and Precept.



Definition of Precipe

1. praecipe [n -S] - See also: praecipe

Lexicographical Neighbors of Precipe

precincts
precinema
preciosities
preciosity
precious
precious coral
precious metal
precious metals
precious stone
precious stones
preciouses
preciously
preciousness
preciousnesses
precip
precipe (current term)
precipes
precipice
precipices
precipitabilities
precipitability
precipitable
precipitable water
precipitance
precipitances
precipitancies
precipitancy
precipitant
precipitantly
precipitantness

Literary usage of Precipe

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. English Economic History: Select Documents edited by Alfred Edward Bland (1919)
"A WRIT precipe [Chancery Files], c. 1200. G. Fitz Peter,1 earl of Essex, to the sheriff of York, greeting. Command (precipe) ..."

2. Montgomery's Manual of Federal Procedure, Practice and Forms by Charles Carroll Montgomery (1918)
"The precipe. The "application of the plaintiff" mentioned in Rule 12 (§791, above) is called ... I precipe To the Clerk of Said Court, Sir: Please issue . ..."

3. A General Abridgment of Law and Equity: Alphabetically Digested Under Proper ...by Charles Viner by Charles Viner (1794)
"TENDER. Bra. Hugh. Jac. Lit. Keif. S»tp. Cam. i. 223. ill. TENANT TO THE precipe. At what tims to be made. ..."

4. The Touchstone of Common Assurances: Being a Plain and Familiar Treatise on by William Sheppard, Edmond Gibson Atherley (1826)
"Where a person has acquired a freehold by disseisin, he will be a good tenant to the precipe, or may make one, Lincoln College case, 3 Rep. 58. ..."

5. Three Law Tracts: I. The Compleat Copyholder; Being a Discourse of the by Edward Coke, William Hawkins (1764)
"Covenant was Of a market. brought of a market, and Keles would have drawn the concord, but the court would not allow it', fora precipe does not lie thereof; ..."

6. The Upper Canada Law Journal and Municipal and Local Courts' Gazette by William S. Hein & Company (1860)
"Ile also contended that in fact there was no irregularity either in the concurrent writ or service, the precipe being no part of the proceedings in the suit ..."

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