Plural form of ef., the name of the letter F.(noun)
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Use "efs" in a sentence
"That by C. Poyard (in the series of "C.efs-d'oeuvre des Littératures Anciennes") combines scholarly precision with an easy, racy, vernacular style in a way that seems impossible to any but a French scholar."
"Speech & Sent Some presents or Meadels & flag, we made 2 Second Ch.efs one for the Missouris & another for the Ottos (those two tribes are nearly equal 1'70 each) and 4 principal men, to thos principal men to thos we gave a Small Comtn. to each man to whom we gave authority, a preasn of Br.Ch. Gart. g."
"Canon efs 10-22 for 7d - any reason NOT to buy it?"