One time, I remember, goeing in the Strand, a poor and infirme old man craved his almes.
Brief Lives (Vol. 1 of 2) John Aubrey
To give little gifts, is to Dishonour; because it is but almes, and signifies an opinion of the need of small helps.
Leviathan Thomas Hobbes
J has eo at almes, adding as next line, Ne his poure kunesmen at him ne myhte nouht spede.
Selections from Early Middle English 1130-1250: Part II: Notes Various
And this collection passing vnder the name of an almes, was extended vpon the goods as well of the spirituall men as temporall.
Chronicles of England, Scotland and Ireland (2 of 6): England (6 of 12) Raphael Holinshed
It were almes to thruste a dagger throughe hys chekes, sayeth one.
Shakespeare Jest-Books; Unknown
As he came furth of the Castell gate, thare mett him certane beggeris, asking of his almes, for Goddis saik.
The Works of John Knox, Vol. 1 (of 6) John Knox
In soche a way I had leuer haue an almes howse of olde folkes, then a company of stronge theues.
The Pilgrimage of Pure Devotion Desiderius Erasmus
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a West African tree, Manilkara albescens, of the sapodilla family. the hard, reddish-brown wood of this tree, used for making furniture. Also, alamiqui. a Cuban solenodon, Solenodon cubanus.
Indian English. a wardrobe, cabinet, or cupboard. Historical Examples He heard a laugh, and in Minghal’s loud tones the word “almirah.” Barclay of the Guides Herbert Strang Everything seems the same distance—you and the almirah and the table inside my eyes or miles away. The Works of Rudyard Kipling: One Volume Edition Rudyard Kipling The […]