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  • noun Plural form of alamode.


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  • Cotswold for the alamodes of Lyons, what chance was there that any machinery which could be employed in time of peace would be more efficacious?

    The History of England, from the Accession of James II — Volume 5

  • The crew belonging to the cutter, for she was a vessel in the service of his Majesty, King William the Third, at this time employed in protecting his Majesty's revenue against the importation of alamodes and lutestrings, were all down below at their breakfasts, with the exception of the steersman and lieutenant-commandant, who now walked the quarter-deck, if so small an extent of plank could be dignified with such a name.

    Snarley-yow or The Dog Fiend

  • Dutch navy lay dismantled in port, a few small vessels only being in commission to intercept the smuggling from France that was carrying on, much to the detriment of English manufacture, of certain articles then denominated alamodes and lutestrings.

    Snarley-yow or The Dog Fiend

  • As we before observed, the great articles in request, and which were now smuggled from France, were alamodes and lute-strings.

    Snarley-yow or The Dog Fiend


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