Definition of Powneys

1. powney [n] - See also: powney



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Powneys

powertrips
powerup
powerups
powerwash
powfagged
powin
powins
powldron
powldrons
pown
pownd
pownded
pownding
pownds
powney
powneys (current term)
pownie
pownies
powns
powny
powre
powred
powreful
powrefull
powrefully
powres
powring
pows
powsowdy
powter

Literary usage of Powneys

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1. A Topographical History of Surrey by Edward Wedlake Brayley (1850)
"Here, near the entrance to the park, is the pleasant villa of the powneys, which formerly belonged to George Cumberland, esq., author of the Maid of Snowden ..."

2. Tales of Woman's Trials by S. C. Hall, Mrs S C Hall (1835)
"... powneys !' Aweel, time gaed on and on,— I ne'er heard, and what seemed stranger still, I ne'er saw mair o' my bonny leddy. Mony, mony was the time when ..."

3. The History and Antiquities of the Hundred of Bray, in the County of Berks by Charles Kerry (1861)
"From the powneys the property came to persons of the name of Wilson, who afterwards sold it to the Pococks, from whom it was purchased by William Stephens, ..."

4. The History of England from the Earliest Period to the Death of Elizabeth by Sharon Turner (1830)
"... on which day he signed there a grant to the earl of Northumberland (Who betrayed him) of the great estate of lord powneys, who had fled to Richmond. ..."

5. The Bondman: A Story of the Times of Wat Tyler by O'Neill (1835)
"... powneys !' Aweel, time gaed on and on,— I ne'er heard, and what seemed stranger still, I ne'er saw mair o' my bonny leddy. Mony, mony was the time when ..."

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