Writs [noun]

Definition of Writs:

court order

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Sentence/Example of Writs:

I'm Mr Chatterton, sir; and now, out with your writ—whose suit?

His handwriting does not run quite as far as the queen's writ in this country yet.

I see why, at this late day, she had started up and writ me a letter.

Pull it out, please, me hand's that dirty'—and out come the writ!

A great question was writ large upon his intelligent countenance.

A writ by which a man may be taken out of jail when confined for the wrong crime.

He repaid Hopper with a specimen of his tongue, and flung the writ back at him.

A most glorious achievement, and worthy to be writ in characters of gold.

He was afraid to risk waiting—with a writ out that could pull the ship from under him.

He was breathing hard, and fear was writ large upon his rugged face.