Definition of Pentices
1. pentice [v] - See also: pentice
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pentices
Literary usage of Pentices
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Session Laws of the State of Washington by Washington (State) (1890)
"... or from other causes, or that the timber, ladders or ladder-ways, pentices or plats in any such mine are in a dangerous condition, it shall become his ..."
2. The Ancient Cathedral of Cornwall Historically Surveyed by John Whitaker (1804)
"He thus points out the form of the ailes in the Saxon churches, very significantly; and shews them to have been, in fact, mere pentices to the nave. ..."
3. General Laws of the State of Colorado, Comprising that Portion of the by Colorado, William M. Clark (1877)
"... ladder-ways, pentices or plats, in any such mine, are in a dangerous condition, it shall become his duty to notify the owners, lessor or lessee thereof, ..."
4. Chaucer and His England by George Gordon Coulton (1908)
"How it hung all year under the pentices of a neighbouring row of houses until the Reformation, and what happened to it then, the reader must find in the ..."
5. Picturesque History of Yorkshire: Being an Account of the History by Joseph Smith Fletcher (1900)
"... comprised a garden, oratory, living room, bedroom, and pentices, and of the kitchen, where marks of fire in the great chimney are plainly perceivable. ..."
6. The Harvard Classics by Charles William Eliot (1910)
"Then king Philip removed to Saint-Denis, and or he went caused all the pentices in Paris to be pulled down; and at Saint-Denis were ready come the king of ..."