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Sworn Brothers

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“in the Old English law, were persons who by mutual oath covenanted to share each other’s fortune.” (Burrill.)

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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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Switzers
Sword
Sword-makers
Sword Excalibar (The)
Sword of God (The)
Sword of Rome (The)
Sword of the Spirit (The)
¶ Sword (phrases and proverbs)
Sword and Cloak Plays
Swords Prohibited
Sworn Brothers
Sworn at Highgate
Sybarite
Sycamore and Sycomore
Sycophant
Sycorax
Syenite
Syllogism
Sylphs
Sylvam Lignum Ferre (In)
Sylvester (St.)