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Definition of "principall" []

  • Obsolete form of principal. (adjective)
  • Obsolete form of principal. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "principall" in a sentence
  • "They saye morouer that in their Masse/they do offer vpp the sonne of godd vnto the eternall father for the synnes of the quicke and the deade: And this they do call the principall point of their masse."
  • "Then the great Can sitting in his throne, all his Barons present themselues before him, with wreaths and crownes vpon their heads, being diuersly attired, for some of them are in greene, namely the principall: the second are in red, and the third in yellow, and they hold each man in his hand a little Iuorie table of elephants tooth, and they are girt with golden girdles of halfe a foote broad, and they stand vpon their feete keeping silence."
  • "So that in the nature of man, we find three principall causes of quarrell."