noun Old English Law.
Origin of eyre
Definition for eyre (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for eyre
According to Eyre, the portrayal of the Vidal character in Terre Haute has drifted away from mere caricature.
Eyre thinks that having a link to actual events is good for luring people into the theater, but it is of little value otherwise.
Eyre has long abandoned trying to base his portrayal of the Vidal character on Vidal himself.
At first Eyre did research on the events on which the play is based.
Two out of the three horses he took with him broke down, and with great difficulty he succeeded in rejoining Eyre.Explorations in Australia|John Forrest
Nor are we helped by the case to which attention was called in your columns some time since by Messrs. Eyre and Spottiswoode.Letters To "The Times" Upon War And Neutrality (1881-1920)|Thomas Erskine Holland
It was necessary to watch the horses lest they should ramble too far, and Eyre kept the first watch.The Explorers of Australia and their Life-work|Ernest Favenc
He purchased in 1770 from Mr. Eyre a share in the King's Patent as a printer.
The remainder of that dreadful night was passed by Mr. Eyre, in watching the horses.Far Off|Favell Lee Mortimer