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  • n. Plural form of herber.


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  • ¶ The wardrop [29] he herbers and eke of chamb {ur}

    Early English Meals and Manners

  • Anselm's voice grew more reverent and awed as he turned page after page, into the ivory whiteness of the main part of the book, where the script had abandoned gold for a rich blue-black, and the numerals and initials flowered in exquisite colours, laced and bordered with all manner of meadow flowers, climbing roses, little herbers no bigger than a thumbnail, where birds sang in branches hardly thicker than a hair, and shy animals leaned out from the cover of blossoming bushes.

    The Heretic's Apprentice


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