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from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun An obsolete form of entail.

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Examples

  • Sew wat dose mai jawb entayle? prysma-kitteh says:

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  • The deed of entayle is that I cheefly ayme at, made by William Clopton to Thomas Clopton.

    Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society

  • The deed of entayle is that I cheefly ayme at, made by William Clopton to Thomas Clopton.

    Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society

  • ([when he] had a mind to get the King to cut off the entayle of some land which was given in Harry the VIIIth's time to the family, with the remainder in the Crowne); he did answer the King in showing how unlikely it was that ever it could revert to the Crown, but that it would be a present convenience to him; and did show that at that time there were

    Diary of Samuel Pepys — Volume 38: September 1665

  • ([when he] had a mind to get the King to cut off the entayle of some land which was given in Harry the VIIIth's time to the family, with the remainder in the Crowne); he did answer the King in showing how unlikely it was that ever it could revert to the Crown, but that it would be a present convenience to him; and did show that at that time there were

    Diary of Samuel Pepys — Complete 1665 N.S.

  • ([when he] had a mind to get the King to cut off the entayle of some land which was given in Harry the VIIIth's time to the family, with the remainder in the Crowne); he did answer the King in showing how unlikely it was that ever it could revert to the Crown, but that it would be a present convenience to him; and did show that at that time there were

    Diary of Samuel Pepys — Complete

  • ([when he] had a mind to get the King to cut off the entayle of some land which was given in Harry the VIIIth's time to the family, with the remainder in the Crowne); he did answer the King in showing how unlikely it was that ever it could revert to the Crown, but that it would be a present convenience to him; and did show that at that time there were

    The Diary of Samuel Pepys, September 1665

  • 266: To entayle him and his Heires vnto the Crowne,

    Henry VI, Part Three (1623 First Folio Edition)

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