Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- See atour.
- n. Attire; dress; specifically, head-dress: as, “her rich attour,”
“_And attour, her Grace places_ -- Again, she so placeth.”
“And they ordain, that before the king's majesty who now is, or any of his successors, shall be admitted to the exercise of his royal power, he shall, by and attour the foresaid oath, declare by his solemn oath, under his hand and seal, his allowance of the National Covenant, and of the Solemn League and”
“Bye attour (i. e., by and attour), beside and at a distance.”
“But also in particular, by and attour the Confession of Faith, do abolish and condemn the Pope's authority and jurisdiction out of this land, and ordains the maintainers thereof to be punished, Act 2, Parl.”
“Colonel Russell, and above and attour  James Ballantyne, poor fellow.”
“Na, na, lad -- od, she is maybe four or five years younger than the like o 'me, -- bye and attour her gentle havings.”
“Na, na, lad — od, she is maybe four or five years younger than the like o’ me, — bye and attour her gentle havings.’”
“they pitched their camp; and nae doubt butt they were well disciplined, seeing theye had the advantage of the Captain's training, with the great blessing attour of weapons suitable -- viz., rusty ould swords and pistolles; and they continued about three or foure houres on the bankes and about the milne: still there was nae appearance of the Scotch coming to fecht with them.”
“And both parties bind and oblidge them and their fore (aids to pef (brm the premifles htiu iitdt to others under the penalty of L. ao Sterling, to be payed by the party failzier to the paxty obfcrver, or willing to obferve their part thereof, attour performance.”
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Headgear: “anything worn on the head” (that isn’t part of the head). Hats are fine, but for a more detailed, wider selection of fashionable hats in all colors and sizes, please see Reese Tee’s li...
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