Primerole


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Prim´er`ole


n.1.(Bot.) See Primrose.
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29) My medievalist colleague, Roberta Frank, suggests that Tennyson may also have in mind Alison of "The Miller's Tale," whom Chaucer describes as "a primerole, a piggesnye, / For any lord to leggen in his bed, / Or yit for any good yeman to wedde" (ll.
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