from The Century Dictionary.
- noun Same as
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The Emperor's killing capacity and love of enjoying and exhibiting his knack so outran their measures that, by the time the increased supply began to come in, the royal sportsman's unerrancy and swiftness outran their best results, so that hasty messages had to be sent to Marseilles, Aquileia, Byzantium,
Andivius Hedulio Adventures of a Roman Nobleman in the Days of the Empire Edward Lucas White 1900
With even more unerrancy than Botticelli, he gripped the adjectival and qualifying function of his art.
Earthwork out of Tuscany Being Impressions and Translations of Maurice Hewlett Maurice Hewlett 1892