Definition of Bateleurs

1. Noun. (plural of bateleur) ¹



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Definition of Bateleurs

1. bateleur [n] - See also: bateleur

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bateleurs

batchers
batches
batching
batchings
batchmate
batchmates
batdom
bateau
bateau bridge
bateaux
bated
bateful
bateless
bateleur
bateleurs (current term)
batement
batements
bates
batfaced
batfish
batfishes
batfowl
batfowled
batfowler
batfowlers
batfowling
batfowls
batful
batgirl

Literary usage of Bateleurs

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1. The Reliques of Father Prout by Francis Sylvester Mahony (1873)
"... Borders, bateleurs, ou Sioux ! Sons of witchcraft! tribe of thieves! ... To deal with Satan, Sorciers, bateleurs, ..."

2. Journal of the Gypsy Lore Societyby Gypsy Lore Society by Gypsy Lore Society (1889)
"JOURNAL OF THE GYPSY LORE SOCIETY VOLUME I. (JULY 1888—OCTOBER 1889) Sorciers, bateleurs ... bateleurs ..."

3. The Works of Father Prout (the Rev. Francis Mahony). by Francis Sylvester Mahony, Charles Kent (1881)
"... the maxims of "free trade," as well as many other current doctrines, in the short compass of a song. LES BOHEMIENS. Béranger. Sorciers, bateleurs, ou ..."

4. France, Historic and Romantic by Joel Cook (1904)
"... of Autumn afternoon, And Pornic and St. Gille, whose feast affords the boon— This scaffold turned parterre, this flower-bed in full blow, bateleurs, ..."

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