Definition of Precipes

1. precipe [n] - See also: precipe



Lexicographical Neighbors of Precipes

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

Literary usage of Precipes

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

1. Index to the Charters and Rolls in the Department of Manuscripts, British Museum by British Museum Dept. of Manuscripts, Henry John Ellis, Francis Bridges Bickley (1900)
"precipes on covenants in, 1589. Add. 25404 ;—1503. Add. 25451. Bradwell on Sea, co. ... precipes on covenants in, 1578. ..."

2. Year Books of Edward II by Great Britain, Frederic William Maitland, Selden Society, William Craddock Bolland, G J Turner, Sir Paul Vinogradoff, Ludwik Ehrlich (1904)
"... en diverse precipes en un bref. Et hoc idem accidit termino Michaelis de Edward Charles etc.2 117B. CAVE r. ..."

3. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Court of Exchequer: From by Great Britain Court of Exchequer, George Price, Great Britain Court of Exchequer Chamber (1822)
"The consent of the owner of property, sold under a decree, is necessary to a motion to vacate a bidding. Rex v. Brickdale - - 630 precipes. ..."

4. The Publications of the Selden Society by Selden Society (1905)
"Si diverse precipes fussent portés de mesme les ... les precipes, estre 7 le premir precipe, ' in eadem villa ' ; et ceo ne ..."

5. The Lauderdale Papers by John Maitland Lauderdale, Osmund Airy (1884)
"... though they had the advantage off the ground even to a precipes, killed eight, ... or precipes, which we behoved to pase iff wee charged them, ..."

6. The Lauderdale Papers by John Maitland Lauderdale, Osmund Airy (1884)
"... though they had the advantage off the ground even to a precipes, killed eight, ... or precipes, which we behoved to pase iff wee charged them, ..."

7. Works of the Camden Society by Camden Society (Great Britain), Royal Historical Society (Great Britain) (1884)
"... though they had the advantage off the ground even to a precipes, killed eight, ... or precipes, which we behoved to pase iff wee charged them, ..."

Other Resources:

Search for Precipes on Dictionary.com!Search for Precipes on Thesaurus.com!Search for Precipes on Google!Search for Precipes on Wikipedia!

Search