Definition of Champart

1. the right of the feudal lord [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Champart

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champagneless
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champart (current term)
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champeen
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champfrein
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Literary usage of Champart

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The History of Guernsey: With Occasional Notices of Jersey, Alderney, and by Jonathan Duncan (1841)
"Such was this champart, which is undoubtedly the most ancient duty ; and such were the chef-rentei, or rents reserved to the chief lord, which are the most ..."

2. The Political History of England by William Hunt, Reginald Lane Poole (1906)
"Chief among these was Robert champart, formerly Abbot of Jumieges on the Lower Seine, whom Edward made Bishop of London near the beginning of his reign, ..."

3. The History of England from the Earliest Times to the Norman Conquest by Thomas Hodgkin (1906)
"Chief among these was Robert champart, formerly Abbot of Jumieges on the Lower Seine, whom Edward made Bishop of London near the beginning of his reign, ..."

4. Lower-Canada Reports, [1848-1867]. (1856)
"Le champart est fort en usage dans " quelques coutumes mais dans la coutume de Paris, " il ya peu de terres données en champart, et lorsqu'il est " le seul ..."

5. All the Year Round by Charles Dickens (1882)
"... of some Lords in France, who used to give their Husbandmen or Villains, as a guerdon for their toyle, the eight and nine of their increase." champart is ..."

6. History of the British Colonies by Robert Montgomery Martin (1835)
"The disme, or tithe of grain and flax being the king's revenue, and when the champart also belongs to the crown they are both collected together, ..."

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