Definition of Pulier

1. puly [adj] - See also: puly



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pulier

pulchritudinously
pulchrous
puldron
puldrons
pule
puled
pulegone
puler
pulers
pules
puli
pulicene
pulicide
pulicides
pulicine
pulier (current term)
puliest
pulik
puling
pulingly
pulings
pulis
pulk
pulka
pulkas
pulkha
pulkhas
pulks
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Literary usage of Pulier

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1. A Treatise on Copyholds by Charles Watkins (1826)
"pulier, 378. Burret t v. Dodd. And it was adjudged in that case that customary estates are not within those statutes. (/) Moor. 596. Bullock & Dibley. Gilb. ..."

2. Report on the Manuscripts of the Earl of Mar and Kellie by Thomas Erskine Kellie (1904)
"To prevent this a project was formed to yet up from James Grant, the printer, the original pulier. ..."

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