Definition of Prunellos
1. prunello [n] - See also: prunello
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Literary usage of Prunellos
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Growth of English Industry and Commerce by William Cunningham (1907)
"... when a petition of two manufacturers of prunellos was presented; it set forth that the House intended to encourage the woollen manufacture by insisting ..."
2. Travels Through Part of Europe, Asia Minor, the Islands of the Archipelago by Johannes Heyman (1759)
"... three of prunellos, three oks * of pepper, three oks of coffee, and two of fugar; ... an ok of fugar, one of pepper, one of coffee, a box of prunellos, ..."
3. Handbook of Household Science by Juniata L. Shepperd (1902)
"Stewed prunellos and Pears. Use equal portions of the two fruits. Look over, wash, and put to soak in cold water in separate bowls. ..."
4. Early English Poetry, Ballads, and Popular Literature of the Middle Ages by Percy Society (1844)
"... He loves to have his zhip zail in the straits; He deals for sweet almonds, prunellos, and dates, With ladies as light as his weights. 3. Drapers. ..."
5. A New Guide to the Collections in the Library of the American Philosophical by J. Stephen Catlett (1987)
"Notes of materials in stock (tammys, prunellos, florcitas, serpentines, inkpots, knives, rugs, razors, etc.); records of sales. ..."