Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. See harborough.

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Examples

  • The string round the top of the net must be attached to some stout tree, and not to any mere shrub or thorn-bush, since these light-bending branches will give way to strain on open ground. 321 All about each net it will be well to stop with timber even places322 “where harbrough nis to see,” so that the hulking brute may drive a straight course323 into the toils without tacking.

    On Hunting

  • All about each net it will be well to stop with timber even places (20) "where harbrough nis to see," so that the hulking brute may drive a straight course (21) into the toils without tacking.

    The Sportsman

  • Leaue me those hilles, where harbrough nis to see,

    Shepheardes Calendar

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