Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. An obsolete form of empery.

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Examples

  • But, of all that I ever read, the increase which Eldred Danus writeth of in his _De imperie Judaeorum in Aethiopia_ surmounteth, where he saith that in the field near to the Sabbatike river, called in old time

    Chronicle and Romance (The Harvard Classics Series)

  • But, of all that I ever read, the increase which Eldred Danus writeth of in his De imperie Judæorum in Æthiopia surmounteth, where he saith that in the field near to the Sabbatike river, called in old time Gosan, the ground is so fertile that every grain of barley growing doth yield an hundred kernels at the least unto the owner.

    Of the Air and Soil and Commodities of This Island. Chapter X. [1577, Book I., Chapter 13; 1587, Book I., Chapter 18

  • Men igen glemte USA at imperie - og nationsbyggeri er en langtrukken sag, der ikke bare kræver våben og magt, men også tilstrækkeligt med 'støvler på jorden', penge til genopbygning og bestræbelser på at vinde

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