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  • noun Plural form of kercher.


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  • Nay, an he had not lien in my house, 'twould never have grieved me; but being my guest, one that, I'll be sworn, my wife has lent him her smock off her back, while his own shirt has been at washing; pawned her neck-kerchers for clean bands for him; sold almost all my platters, to buy him tobacco; and he to turn monster of ingratitude, and strike his lawful host!

    Every Man in His Humor Ben Jonson 1605

  • I bought three kerchers to thy head, that were wrought fine and gallantly:

    Greensleeves 1580


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