Thesaurus / welsh

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The boy's head will seldom be found except in Welsh coats, of which the arms of Vaughan and Price are examples.

A Complete Guide to HeraldryArthur Charles Fox-Davies

For instructors indeed he could find only a few Mercian prelates and priests, with one Welsh bishop, Asser.

I looked across the sea, and saw, almost with a feeling of home sickness, the Welsh mountains in the blue distance.

Ellesmere owed its early importance to its position on the Welsh borders and to its castle, which was in ruins, however, in 1349.

The stories of his savage mutilation of his Welsh prisoners show that he merited the name of “the Wolf.”

Medival WalesA. G. Little

Naturally the Welsh took the side of any enemy of the English kings with whom it was possible to ally themselves.

Goats abound on the Welsh mountains; it is, indeed, an animal that loves the great hills.

And how came you to answer me in English, after I had spoken to you in Welsh?

Wild WalesGeorge Borrow

During the 12th and 13th centuries the county was impoverished by the constant inroads of the Welsh.

The only poets who still followed the old traditions were the rich farmers who “sang on their own land,” as the Welsh phrase goes.

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