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Uncore prit

UNCORE PRIT, pleading. This barbarous phrase of old French, which is the same with encore pret, yet ready, is used in a plea in bar to an action of debt on a bond due at a day past; when the defendant pleads a tender on the day it became due, and adds that he is uncore prit, still ready to pay the same. 3 Bl. Com. 303; Doct. Pl. 526 Dane's Ab. Index, h.t. Vide tout temps prist.

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Unconvenient
unconventional
unconventionality
unconventionally
Unconversion
Unconverted
unconvertible
unconvinced
unconvincing
unconvincingly
uncooked
uncool
uncooperative
uncoordinated
Uncord
uncordial
-- Uncore prit --
Uncork
Uncorrect
uncorrectable
uncorrected
uncorrelated
Uncorrigible
uncorroborated
Uncorrupt
uncorrupted
Uncorruptible
Uncorruption
uncountable
uncounted
Uncouple
uncoupled
Uncourtliness
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