Definition of Sorells
1. sorell [n] - See also: sorell
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Literary usage of Sorells
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Principles of Contract: Being a Treatise on the General Principles by Frederick Pollock, Franklin Strawn Dickson (1888)
"... the promise is made proves a nullity, the contract becomes void. House r. Kendall, 55 Texas, 40; Snyder r. Kurtz. 61 Iowa, 593; sorells r. McHenry. ..."
2. Sussex Archaeological Collections Relating to the History and Antiquities of by Sussex Archaeological Society (1861)
"Gabriel died at Fareham, in Hants, in 1751, and the females of the family intermarried with Van Sommers, the sorells, and the Tur- quands.54 The books of ..."
3. A Writer's Recollections by Humphry Ward (1918)
"But the sorells, all the same, had some foreign and excitable blood in them. Their story of themselves was that they were French Huguenots, expelled in 1685 ..."
4. A Writer's Recollections by Humphry Ward (1919)
"But the sorells all the same had some foreign and excitable blood in them. Their story of themselves was that they were French Huguenots, expelled in 1685, ..."
5. The Royal Forests of England by John Charles Cox (1905)
"Three bucks, a sore, 3 sorells, 7 does, and 12 fawns died of murrain. The Lady park of Helper: The auditor, a doe and a fawn. William Pope, a doe. ..."