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attorny (plural attornies)
- (obsolete or proscribed) Alternative spelling of
1829, Edward Law (Lord Ellenborough), A Political Diary 1828-1830, Volume II, 1881 ed. edition:
- The attornies, who are numerous and powerful, very hostile.
1872, Charles Kent, Charles Dickens as a Reader:
- That "most wonderful woman in the world," Aunt Betsey, for example; or that most laconic of carriers, Mr. Barkis; or, to name yet one other, Uriah Heep, that reddest and most writhing of rascally attornies.
1988 April 22, Bill Burck, “Local Color: A Night in Court”, in Chicago Reader:
- The hand-stenciled sign over the center door reads, "No attornies [sic] allowed in assembly."