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- n. One hundred and sixty (160).
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- Eight times twenty; a hundred and sixty.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Eight times twenty; one hundred and sixty.
"Probably eightscore men of all ages," Lorn muses aloud.
How could he deal with close to eightscore lancers who knew how to avoid firebolts?
Then the best archers of the band set up a small wand at eightscore paces distant, and thereon they affixed a wreath of green.
Our company had been organized at Council Grove -- three trains of twenty-six wagons each, drawn by three or four spans of mules or yoke of oxen, guarded by eightscore of "bull-whackers."
Then the King muttered in his beard, "Now, blessed Saint Hubert, if thou wilt but jog that rogue's elbow so as to make him smite even the second ring, I will give eightscore waxen candles three fingers'-breadth in thickness to thy chapel nigh Matching."
Murtough proceeded to Ard-Macha, and left eight ounces of gold upon the altar, and promised eightscore cows.
Whose throne has stood firm through his eightscore of years,
So when the queen had mayed, and all were bedecked with herbs, mosses, and flowers in the best manner and freshest, right then came out of a wood Sir Maleagans with eightscore men well harnessed, and bade the queen and her knights yield them prisoners.
Then came into the field the king of North Wales, with eightscore helms, and King
Two livings, worth full eightscore pounds per annum,
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