Definition of Aboideaux

1. Noun. (plural of aboideau) ¹



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Definition of Aboideaux

1. aboideau [n] - See also: aboideau

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Aboideaux

abodance
abodances
abode
abode by
aboded
abodement
abodements
abodes
aboding
abodings
abogado
abohm
abohms
aboideau
aboideaus
aboideaux (current term)
aboiement
aboiements
aboil
aboiteau
aboiteaus
aboiteaux
abolement
abolements
abolish
abolishable
abolished
abolisher
abolishers
abolishes

Literary usage of Aboideaux

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1. Annual Report of the Schools of New Brunswick by New Brunswick Board of Education (1905)
"... and aboideaux are kept in good condition, and they have power to hire men to make repairs or build new dykes and aboideaux when necessary. ..."

2. Transactions (1881)
"There was enterprise in the building "I expensive aboideaux on the rivers, and in the trade which had sprang up with Louisburg in hay, oats, and cattle; ..."

3. The Maritime Provinces: A Handbook for Travellers. A Guide to the Chief by Moses Foster Sweetser, Osgood, James R., & Co., pub (1875)
"The low shores around the head of the Bay of Fundy for a distance of 20 M. have been reclaimed by the erection of dikes, with aboideaux at the mouths of the ..."

4. The Intercolonial: A Historical Sketch of the Inception, Location by Sandford Fleming (1876)
"There are two aboideaux on this division ; one for Gordon's Brook, near the first mile ; and the other for the river La Planche, about 2i miles from the ..."

5. New Brunswick: With a Brief Outline of Nova Scotia, and Prince Edward Island by Alexander Monro (1855)
"... the French settlers were not insensible to the value of their marshes, which they had dyked ; and they had also constructed aboideaux on the rivers, ..."

6. The Maritime Provinces: A Handbook for Travelers. A Guide to the Chief by Osgood, James R., & Co., Pub, James R. Osgood, & Co. Pub (1875)
"The low shores around the head of the Bay of Fundy for a distance of 20 M. have been reclaimed by the erection of dikes, with aboideaux at the mouths ..."

7. New Brunswick; with a Brief Outline of Nova Scotia, and Prince Edward Island by Alexander Monro (1855)
"... the French settlers were not insensible to the value of their marshes, which they had dyked: and they had also constructed aboideaux on the rivers, ..."

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