Definition of Palstaffs
1. palstaff [n] - See also: palstaff
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Palstaffs
Literary usage of Palstaffs
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Works of William Shakespeare by William Shakespeare (1887)
"2, " Cram us with," etc. ; PalstafFs, of himself, /. Henry IV., ii. 4; for bravery, Coriolanus, i. 9; ii. t; bought, Timón of Athene, ii. ..."
2. The Archaeological Journal by British Archaeological Association (1874)
"... that they may be compared with the Irish and British forms. They are by no means numerous in Anglesey. The bronze celts, axes, or palstaffs are more ..."
3. Great and Greater Britain: The Problems of Motherland and Empire, Political by J Ellis Barker (1910)
"Evidently the army greatly resembled PalstafFs celebrated company. Owing to tradition, the soldiers were recruited from the dregs of the population, and, ..."