Advowtry
Advoutry Ad*vou"try, Advowtry Ad*vow"try, n. [OE. avoutrie, avouterie, advoutrie, OF. avoutrie, avulterie, fr. L. adulterium. Cf. {Adultery}.] Adultery. [Obs.] --Bacon. [1913 Webster]

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  • advowtry — /aedvawtriy/ See advoutry …   Black's law dictionary

  • advowtry — /aedvawtriy/ See advoutry …   Black's law dictionary

  • advowtry — Adultery …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • Advoutry — Ad*vou try, Advowtry Ad*vow try, n. [OE. avoutrie, avouterie, advoutrie, OF. avoutrie, avulterie, fr. L. adulterium. Cf. {Adultery}.] Adultery. [Obs.] Bacon. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • advoutry — /aedvawtriy/ In old English law, adultery between parties both of whom were married. Or the offense by an adulteress of continuing to live with the man with whom she committed the adultery. Sometimes spelled advowtry. See advoutrer …   Black's law dictionary

  • advoutry — /aedvawtriy/ In old English law, adultery between parties both of whom were married. Or the offense by an adulteress of continuing to live with the man with whom she committed the adultery. Sometimes spelled advowtry. See advoutrer …   Black's law dictionary

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