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  • noun Plural form of Portugall.

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Examples

  • Jago_ two days and nights, with two hundred and eighty men (whereof eighty were wounded in the service), against three thousand _Portugalls_.

    Highways & Byways in Sussex

  • Cocke, and did give her a dinner, but yet both of us but in an ill humour, whatever was the matter with her, but thence to the King's playhouse, and saw "The Generous Portugalls," a play that pleases me better and better every time we see it; and, I thank God! it did not trouble my eyes so much as I was afeard it would.

    Diary of Samuel Pepys — Complete

  • The town full of the great overthrow lately given to the Spaniards by the Portugalls, they being advanced into the very middle of Portugall.

    Diary of Samuel Pepys — Complete

  • The town full of the great overthrow lately given to the Spaniards by the Portugalls, they being advanced into the very middle of Portugall.

    Diary of Samuel Pepys — Complete 1663 N.S.

  • The town full of the great overthrow lately given to the Spaniards by the Portugalls, they being advanced into the very middle of Portugall.

    Diary of Samuel Pepys — Volume 22: May/June 1663

  • I walked home, and up and down the streets is cried mightily the great victory got by the Portugalls against the Spaniards, where 10,000 slain,

    Diary of Samuel Pepys — Complete 1663 N.S.

  • I walked home, and up and down the streets is cried mightily the great victory got by the Portugalls against the Spaniards, where 10,000 slain,

    Diary of Samuel Pepys — Complete

  • Cocke, and did give her a dinner, but yet both of us but in an ill humour, whatever was the matter with her, but thence to the King's playhouse, and saw "The Generous Portugalls," a play that pleases me better and better every time we see it; and, I thank God! it did not trouble my eyes so much as I was afeard it would.

    Diary of Samuel Pepys — Complete 1669 N.S.

  • Up betimes and to my office, and by and by to the Temple, and there appointed to meet in the evening about my business, and thence I walked home, and up and down the streets is cried mightily the great victory got by the Portugalls against the Spaniards, where 10,000 slain,

    The Diary of Samuel Pepys, May/Jun 1663

  • The town full of the great overthrow lately given to the Spaniards by the Portugalls, they being advanced into the very middle of Portugall.

    The Diary of Samuel Pepys, May/Jun 1663

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