Definition of Seneschals

1. Noun. (plural of seneschal) ¹



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Definition of Seneschals

1. seneschal [n] - See also: seneschal

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Seneschals

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senegal
senegal gum
senegalite
senegas
senegin
senes
senesce
senesced
senescence
senescences
senescent
senescent cell antigen
senesces
seneschal
seneschals (current term)
seneschalship
senescing
senga root
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senhoras
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senhors

Literary usage of Seneschals

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1. The Continental Legal History Series by Association of American Law Schools (1915)
"Bailiffs (in the North), seneschals (in the South).3 Origins. —The grand seneschal, an officer of the court who watched over the royal provosts, disappeared ..."

2. "Our Constitution.": An Epitome of Our Chief Laws and System of Government by Alexander Charles Ewald (1867)
"... the two charters should be read in the County Court House in the presence of all the people ; that the Sheriffs, Judges, and seneschals of the King, ..."

3. Town Life in the Fifteenth Century by Alice Stopford Green (1894)
"This states that all the burgesses and the commonalty of the borough of Bridgewater have ordained that they will choose yearly two seneschals of their guild ..."

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