Definition of Repreeves
1. repreeve [v] - See also: repreeve
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Repreeves
Literary usage of Repreeves
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Gentleman's Magazine (1847)
"... I sue for repreeves? line ragged, and tome, and true. The hostler, to maintaine Himselfe with money in ‘a purse, Approves the proverbe true, And sayes, ..."
2. The Blind Beggar of Bednall Green by John Day, Henry Chettle (1902)
"... 1475 Wasting my goods, nay jesting out my life, By false repreeves, a.nd such base practises, Walk, pack, sink, swim, pine, perish, look not on me, ..."
3. A Pedlar's Pack of Ballads and Songs: With Illustrative Notes by William Hugh Logan, James Maidment (1869)
"... I sue for repreeves ? I'me ragged, and torne, and true. The hostler to maintaine Himself with money in's purse, Approves the proverbe true, And sayes, ..."
4. Forms of Judgments and Orders in the High Court of Justice and Court of by Cecil Clare Marston Dale, W. Tindal King, W. O. Goldschmidt, Sir Henry Wilmot Seton, Great Britain Court of Appeal (1901)
"Eut an action may be maintained against the repreeves for an account of profits actually received by them, without making parties tho members of uny firm in ..."