Definition of Argling

1. argle [v] - See also: argle



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Argling

argininosuccinate lyase
argininosuccinate synthase
argininosuccinic acid
argininosuccinic aciduria
arginyl
arginyllysine esteropeptidase
arginyls
argipressin
argive
argle
argle-bargle
argle-bargled
argle-bargling
argled
argles
argling (current term)
argo
argoile
argol
argoletier
argoletiers
argols
argon
argon-36
argon-38
argon-40
argonaut
argonauta
argonaute
argonautes

Literary usage of Argling

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1. Notes and Queries by Martim de Albuquerque (1868)
"... 203, 473 Westwood (T.), on argling lore iu the 14th century, 482 Bell literature, 591 Lamb (Charles) and Burton, 507 Wi-'.h-rell (J.) on the earliest ..."

2. Palmer's Index to "The Times" Newspaper (1871)
"... Grand Dinner to the Legal Profession, 8y 9/ Church, Full Choral Service, 11 »i 5/ Tenants and Game — Bawtry Estate thrown open, 6 a 7 rf Thames argling. ..."

3. The Law of Infancy and Coverture by Peregrine Bingham, Edmund Hatch Bennett (1849)
"202 ; argling v. Whicher, 33 ECLR 76, (6 A. <t E. 259) ; Willis v. Nurse, 28 Id. 40, (1 A. &. E. 65); and the declaration must always show how the wife has ..."

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