Definition of Testrill

1. a sixpence [n -S] - See also: sixpence



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Testrill

testosterone 15-alpha hydroxylase
testosterone 16 beta-hydroxylase
testosterone 17 beta-dehydrogenase
testosterone 2alpha-hydroxylase
testosterone 5-alpha-reductase
testosterone 6-beta hydroxylase
testosterone cypionate
testosterone enanthate
testosterone hydroxylase
testosterone propionate
testosterone sulfotransferase
testosteroned
testosterones
testosteronic
testril
testrill (current term)
testrills
testrils
testrionics
tests
tests of criminal responsibility
testudinal
testudinarious
testudinata
testudinate
testudineous
testudo
testudos
testy
tetanal

Literary usage of Testrill

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1. Twelfth Night: Or, What You Will by William Shakespeare (2001)
"36. testrill] WA WRIGHT : A sixpence ; like ' tester,' which occurs in 2 Hen. IV: III, ii, 296, a corruption of ' teston,' which was borrowed from the ..."

2. The Text of Shakespeare Vindicated from the Interpolations and Corruptions by Samuel Weller Singer (1853)
"... partly in print, and partly in the hand-writing of the old corrector, marking the latter by Italic type:— Sir An. There's a testrill of me too : if one ..."

3. The Text of Shakespeare Vindicated from the Interpolations and Corruptions by Samuel Weller Singer (1853)
"... partly in print, and partly in the hand-writing of the old corrector, marking the latter by Italic type :— Sir An. There's a testrill of me ..."

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