Definition of Placcates

1. placcate [n] - See also: placcate



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Placcates

placate
placated
placater
placaters
placates
placating
placatingly
placationist
placations
placative
placatively
placatory
placcat
placcate
placcates (current term)
placcats
place
place-kick
place-kicker
place-kicking
place-name
place-names
place-worship
place an order
place bet
place card
place cards
place down
place holder

Literary usage of Placcates

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

1. Monumental Brasses by Herbert Walter Macklin (1891)
"placcates, additional defences to the upper part of the cuirass, one on each side. iii. ... and tapering upwards to a point between the placcates. iv. ..."

2. A Key to English Antiquities: With Special Reference to the Sheffield and by Ella S. Armitage (1897)
"... protect the shoulders; the cuirass has two additional portions, called placcates and demi-placcates, the latter tapering upward to a point. ..."

3. The Continental Legal History Series by Association of American Law Schools (1912)
"Besides, in the course of time many special subjects were regulated by provincial statutes (called " placcates "), which have been collected into ..."

4. The Archaeological Journal by British Archaeological Association (1895)
"... is represented bare-headed with long hair, his armour consists of a plate gorget, a breast-plate strengthened with demi-placcates, pauldrons of a ..."

5. Monumental Brasses by Herbert Walter Macklin (1891)
"placcates, additional defences to the upper part of the cuirass, one on each side. iii. ... and tapering upwards to a point between the placcates. iv. ..."

6. A Key to English Antiquities: With Special Reference to the Sheffield and by Ella S. Armitage (1897)
"... protect the shoulders; the cuirass has two additional portions, called placcates and demi-placcates, the latter tapering upward to a point. ..."

7. The Continental Legal History Series by Association of American Law Schools (1912)
"Besides, in the course of time many special subjects were regulated by provincial statutes (called " placcates "), which have been collected into ..."

8. The Archaeological Journal by British Archaeological Association (1895)
"... is represented bare-headed with long hair, his armour consists of a plate gorget, a breast-plate strengthened with demi-placcates, pauldrons of a ..."

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