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  • n. Plural form of guisard.

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Examples

  • In Chambers's _Popular Rhymes_ (ed. 1870, p. 169), it is said that the doings of the guisards (masquers) form a conspicuous feature in the

    A Righte Merrie Christmasse The Story of Christ-Tide

  • Edinburgh during the Christmas vacation, had become a sort of lion in the place, and was lead in leash from house to house along with the guisards, the stone-eater, and other amusements of the season, which

    The Monastery

  • a sort of lion in the place, and was lead in leash from house to house along with the guisards, the stone-eater, and other amusements of the season, which “exhibited their unparalleled feats to private family-parties, if required.”

    The Monastery

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