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Radevore (3 syl.)

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Tapestry.

“This woful lady ylernʹd had in youthe

So that she worken and embrowden kouthe,

And weven in stole [the loom] the radevore,

As hyt of wommen had be woved yore.”


Chaucer.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Rack-rent
Rack and Manger
Rack and Ruin
Racket
Racy
Racy Style
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Radegund
Radevore
Radical
Radiometer
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Rag
Rag (The)
Rag-water
Rags of Antisthenes
Rags and Jags
Ragamuffin (French, maroufle)
Ragged Robin