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n.1.Soft leather made of kid skin. Fig.: Used as a symbol of flexibility.
Here's wit of cheveril, that stretches from an inch narrow to an ell broad.
- Shak.
a.1.Made of cheveril; pliant.
A cheveril conscience and a searching wit.
- Drayton.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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On the far left is Moyra's daughter, Lorraine Martin, aged 39, of Cheveril Avenue, Radford.
When Anne insists that "By my troth and maidenhead, / I would not be a queen" (2.3.23-24), the Old Lady accuses her of hypocrisy, plays repeatedly upon "quean" (strumpet; Foakes xlix; Cespedes 425), and says that Anne's "soft cheveril conscience" is certainly capable of stretching itself to receive the "eminence, wealth, sovereignty" that Anne has "ever yet / Affected" (2.3.24-33).
Scatter the chopped tomato and cheveril over the top.