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- noun Obsolete spelling of
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Why should I not touch her yvory breast, the Adamant that drew all desires to adore her?
In the inventory of the Church of St. Mary Hill, London, was mentioned, in the fifteenth century, "a lytill yvory cofyr with relyks."
Mortimer, "a lyttle long box of yvory, with an ymage of Our ladye therein closed."
Out of the yvory pallaces whereby they made thee glad:
a goodly table of pure yvory: all spred with iuncats, fit to entertayne, the greatest Prince with pompous roialty.