Definition of Tenours

1. Noun. (plural of tenour) ¹



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Definition of Tenours

1. tenour [n] - See also: tenour

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tenours

tenorrhaphy
tenors
tenositis
tenostosis
tenosuspension
tenosuture
tenosynovectomy
tenosynovitides
tenosynovitis
tenosynovitises
tenotome
tenotomes
tenotomies
tenotomy
tenour
tenours (current term)
tenous
tenoxicam
tenpence
tenpences
tenpenny
tenpenny nail
tenpercenteries
tenpercentery
tenpin
tenpin bowling
tenpins
tenpounder
tenpounders

Literary usage of Tenours

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1. Sussex Archaeological Collections Relating to the History and Antiquities of by Sussex Archaeological Society (1907)
"And that the two outer places be for tenours, which two at present are Samuel Savage, yeoman (who gave £1.) and Charles Savage yeoman his brother (who also ..."

2. The squyr of lowe degre: a Middle English metrical romance by William Edward Mead (1904)
"The tenours sang the plain-song and held on to the note. Hence the name. 783. copes. Copes were made of large semicircular pieces of cloth, and covered the ..."

3. The squyr of lowe degre: a Middle English metrical romance by William Edward Mead (1904)
"The tenours sang the plain-song and held on to the note. Hence the name. 783. copes. Copes were made of large semicircular pieces of cloth, and covered the ..."

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