Definition of Stoure
1. stour [n -S] - See also: stour
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stoure
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Literary usage of Stoure
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Travels Through England of Dr. Richard Pococke, Successively Bishop of by Richard Pococke, James Joel Cartwright (1889)
"... the stoure and into the Parrot that runs into the Severne near Huntspill. We came to Sherbourn, which is pleasantly situated on one of those streams, ..."
2. A Survey of Staffordshire: Containing the Antiquities of that County by Sampson Erdeswicke, Thomas Harwood (1820)
"... which runneth south-east to meet with stoure, leaveth Swinford Regis two miles eastward, ... stoure ..."
3. A Geographical Dictionary, Representing the Present and Ancient Names of All ...by Edmund Bohun by Edmund Bohun (1688)
"... Eaft, and South by the Sea, and on the Weft by the River stoure , about eight Miles long, and four broad. In this Ifland the Saxons ..."