Suresby

Sures´by


n.1.One to be sure of, or to be relied on.
There is one which is suresby, as they say, to serve, if anything will serve.
- Bradford.
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The jury has pronounced Lifter guilty but Justice Suresby is equally enraged with the plaintiff who, according to Justice Suresby, "tempt[ed] necessity" (1.
Mayor Justice Suresby, and other Justices, Sheriff More and the other Sheriff sitting by Smart is the Plaintiff Lifter the prisoner at the Bar" His procedure will be "to build upon that one piece of explicit evidence by listening to the staging implications of the rest of Sir Thomas More.