Definition of Retinues

1. Noun. (plural of retinue) ¹



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Definition of Retinues

1. retinue [n] - See also: retinue

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Retinues

retinoschisis
retinoscope
retinoscopes
retinoscopies
retinoscopy
retinotectal
retinotomy
retinotopic
retinotopically
retint
retinted
retinting
retints
retinue
retinued
retinues (current term)
retinula
retinulae
retinular
retinulas
retinulate
retinyl
retinyl phosphate
retinylamine
retinyls
retinæ
retiped
retiracies
retiracy
retirade

Literary usage of Retinues

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1. Japan as it was and is by Richard Hildreth (1905)
"CHAPTER XXXIII. NUMBER OF PEOPLE ON THE ROAD.—PRINCELY retinues.—PILGRIMS TO ISSE [ISE, f!*0J]. ... retinues ..."

2. Manners, Customs, and Dress During the Middle Ages and During the by P. L. Jacob (1876)
"Hawking retinues.— Book of King Modus.—Technical Terms used in Hawking.—Persons who have excelled in this kind of Sport.—Fowling. Y the general term hunting ..."

3. Manners, Customs, and Dress During the Middle Ages, and During the by P. L. Jacob (1874)
"Hawking retinues.— Book of King Modus.—Technical Terms used in Hawking.—Persons who have excelled in this kind of Sport.—Fowling. Y the general term hunting ..."

4. Lancaster and York: A Century of English History (A.D. 1399-1485) by James Henry Ramsay (1892)
"... appeared with most imposing retinues. 1 So J. Stow, 392. The Abbot was one of Somerset's confidants; Dudley belonged to the Court circle. ..."

5. General History of the World: From the Earliest Times Until the Year 1831 by Carl von Rotteck (1841)
"The military spirit, the shield of the true national body, was diminished, and the retinues—in this respect like standing troops—or their lords, ..."

6. A Portion of the Journal Kept by Thomas Raikes, Esq., from 1831 to 1847 by Thomas Raikes (1856)
"... with their numerous retinues; their time is passed in visits and fetes, at which the only two English present ..."

7. Hildreth's "Japan as it was and Is": A Handbook of Old Japan by Richard Hildreth, Ernest Wilson Clement (1906)
"... CHAPTER XXXIII Number of People on the Road — Princely retinues — Pilgrims to Iie ... retinues ..."

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