from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A sheaf: same as
- To bemire.
- noun A jail. Cath. Ang., p. 194.
- noun A low, worthless fellow.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun obsolete A vagabond.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- noun obsolete A
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E, I, ( "javel,") L2, and W. -- Although no name is given in regard to the incident alluded to, this "merry fact" evidently happened to Knox himself.
Newforest, Just back from the living room and my hands are bleached white and smelling of javel (with eucalyptus scent).
Newforest, Just back from the living room and my hands are bleached white and smelling of javel with eucalyptus scent.
On the footplate behind me, my javel-ineer was making deadly practice.
He called the fellow ribald, villain, javel, back-biter, slanderer, and the son of perdition: citing therewith terrible threatening out of Holy Scripture.
Une femme en train de vendre de La eau de javel au grand marché.