Definition of Savegards

1. savegard [v] - See also: savegard



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Savegards

save state
save the day
save up
save vs.
saveable
saved
saved game
saved games
saved up(p)
savedness
savefile
savefiles
savegame
savegames
savegard
savegards (current term)
saveloy
saveloys
savely
savement
savepoint
savepoints
saver
savers
saves
savest
savestate
savestates
saveth
savey

Literary usage of Savegards

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1. The Gentleman's Magazine (1860)
"... other I Л °-* in I savegards or other ^ uppermost garments, |M*f ll IH -^ ll 5^ fc.ÈP<Î 1^'ï l* »- » •TI Л Ja OH • Г ..."

2. The Art of Needle-work, from the Earliest Ages: Including Some Notices of by Elizabeth Stone, Mary Margaret Stanley Egerton Wilton (1841)
"... savegards, or other uppermost garments. Under the degree of a Gentleman's wife, bearing armes:— Satten in kirtles, •• Damaske, ..."

3. Letters Addressed from London to Sir Joseph Williamson While Plenipotentiary by Joseph Williamson (1874)
"... to conferr the honor of knighthood, to grant protections, savegards, and passes generall or speciall, commanding all obedience to be paid him, ..."

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