Definition of Stoures

1. stoure [n] - See also: stoure



Stoures Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stoures

stotty cake
stotty cakes
stoun
stound
stounded
stounding
stoundmeal
stounds
stouning
stouns
stoup
stoupe
stoups
stour
stoure
stoures (current term)
stourie
stourier
stouriest
stours
stoury
stoush
stoushed
stoushes
stoushing
stout
stout-hearted
stouten
stoutened
stoutening

Literary usage of Stoures

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1. The Lost Beauties of the English Language: An Appeal to Authors, Poets by Charles Mackay (1874)
"Fortune she that whilom was, Dreadful to kings and to emperours ; ***** And she that helmed was in stark stoures, And won by force towns, strong, ..."

2. The Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer, Thomas Raynesford Lounsbury (1903)
"And she that helmed was in starke stoures, 3560 And wan by force tounes stronge and toures, Shal on hir heed now were a ..."

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