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  • noun Plural form of testamur.


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  • I brought her my certificate of baptism, my testamurs in Smalls and Greats, an old passport, a bill of Poole's, anything I could think of to prove my identity.

    In the Wrong Paradise Andrew Lang 1878

  • The testamurs, lady readers will be pleased to understand, are certificates under the hands of the examiners that your sons, brothers, husbands, perhaps, have successfully undergone the torture.

    Tom Brown at Oxford Thomas Hughes 1859

  • Outside in the quadrangle collect by twos and threes the friends of the victims, waiting for the reopening of the door, and the distribution of the "testamurs."

    Tom Brown at Oxford Thomas Hughes 1859

  • The clerk read out the names inscribed on the testamurs which he held, and handed them to the owners.

    Tom Brown at Oxford Thomas Hughes 1859

  • Tom are waiting outside the doors for the issuing of the testamurs.

    Tom Brown at Oxford Thomas Hughes 1859

  • Gaudeamus Igitur too; well-crafted speeches were delivered, and the students filed up to collect their testamurs.

    Club Troppo 2009


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