Definition of Poignado

1. poniard [n -ES]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Poignado

pogromed
pogroming
pogromist
pogromists
pogroms
pogues
pogy
pohagen
pohickory
poi
poieses
poiesis
poietic
poietin
poignado (current term)
poignance
poignances
poignancies
poignancy
poignant
poignantly
poignard
poignards
poikilitic
poikilo-
poikiloblast
poikiloblastic
poikilocarynoses
poikilocarynosis

Literary usage of Poignado

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1. Memoirs of the Life of Sir Walter Scott by John Gibson Lockhart (1901)
"... blode the steel of a Milan poignado. Natheless, I will procede with my mater, fal back fal edge, ..."

2. Memoirs of the Life of Sir Walter Scott, Bart. by John Gibson Lockhart (1848)
"... blode the steel of a Milan poignado. Natheless, I will precede with my mater, fal back fal edge, trust- yng all utterly in the singleness of my ..."

3. Kenilworth by Walter Scott (1883)
"And all this for a mad lady, and a melancholy gallant; who, on the loss of a four-nooked bit of paper, has his hand on his poignado, and swears death and ..."

4. The Complete Works of Sir Walter Scott: With a Biography, and His Last by Walter Scott (1833)
"as his hand on his poignado, and swears death arc , , fury ! — Then there is the Doctor and Varney — I wil save myself from the whole mess of them — Life J ..."

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