Definition of Dyvoury

1. bankruptcy [n DYVOURIES]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dyvoury

dysury
dysversion
dysynchronies
dysynchrony
dysynergia
dysæmia
dysæmic
dysæsthesia
dysæsthesiæ
dytiscid
dytiscids
dyun
dyvour
dyvouries
dyvours
dyvoury (current term)
dzeren
dzerens
dzeron
dzhalindite
dzharkenite
dzhigit
dzhigits
dzho
dzhos
dziggetai
dziggetais
dzo
dzomo
dzomos

Literary usage of Dyvoury

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1. Four Poems from "Zion's Flowers;": Or, "Christian Poems for Spiritual by Zacharie Boyd (1855)
"Dear James, help your old friends out of beggary and dyvoury if you can." Notwithstanding Mr. Baillie's dolorous complaints and the temporary embarrassments ..."

2. The History of Glasgow by John M'Ure (1830)
"... of Mr Gillespie has old friends out of beggary and dyvoury if you can. I am sure his gracious Ma. has this twelvemonth bygone, given many thousand ..."

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