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  • n. Plural form of vaunt-courier.


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  • Now when Shah Zaman drew near the capital of his brother, he dispatched vaunt-couriers and messengers of glad tidings to announce his arrival, and Shahryar came forth to meet him with his wazirs and emirs and lords and grandees of his realm, and saluted him and joyed with exceeding joy and caused the city to be decorated in his honor.

    Tehran Winter

  • Then he gave orders for immediate departure and set out a'once and travelled till he drew near his brother's capital when he despatched vaunt-couriers to announce his approach.

    The Book of the Thousand Nights and One Night, Volume I

  • -- these were the vaunt-couriers and attendants of the hot August.

    Graded Poetry: Seventh Year


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