Definition of Traynes

1. trayne [v] - See also: trayne



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Traynes

traybake
traybakes
traybit
traybits
trayed
trayf
trayful
trayfuls
traying
trayless
traylike
trayline
traylines
trayne
trayned
traynes (current term)
trayning
trays
traysful
trazodone
trazodone hydrochloride
trazodones
tre
tre corde
treacher
treacheries
treacherous
treacherously
treacherousness
treachers

Literary usage of Traynes

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1. State Papers by Great Britain Record Commission (1849)
"... without any greate or costly pompe to be used by Them or their traynes, ... bothe their Persons and traynes, shoulde move the hole worlde to thinke, ..."

2. Rutland Papers: Original Documents Illustrative of the Courts and Times of by John Henry Manners Rutland, William Jerdan (1842)
"... and sett forthe in their journeys with their nobles and traynes, before oon of the clock at after noon; that is to say, the King from Calais and the ..."

3. Works of the Camden Society by Camden Society (Great Britain), Royal Historical Society (Great Britain) (1842)
"... and sett forthe in their journeys with their nobles and traynes, before oon of the clock at after noon; that is to say, the King from Calais and the ..."

4. History of British Costume by James Robinson Planché (1836)
"The queen is to wear a surcoat with " the traynes" as aforesaid, " a playne hoode without clockes, and a tippet at the hood lying a good length upon the ..."

5. British Costume: A Complete History of the Dress of the Inhabitants of the by James Robinson Planché (1846)
"The queen is to wear a surcoat with " the traynes" as aforesaid, " a playne hoode without clockes, ..."

6. History of British Costume: From the Earliest Period to the Close of the by James Robinson Planché (1847)
"7 The queen is to wear a surcoat with " the traynes" as aforesaid, " a playne hoode without clockes-, and a tippet at the hood lying a good length upon the ..."

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