Definition of Betweens

1. between [n] - See also: between



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Betweens

between jobs
between the ears
between the hammer and the anvil
between the jigs and the reels
between the pipes
between you, me, and the bedpost
between you and me
betweenane
betweenanes
betweenbrain
betweenbrains
betweene
betweenhood
betweenness
betweennesses
betweens (current term)
betweentimes
betweenwhiles
betwene
betwine
betwixen
betwixt
betwixt and between
betwynde
betwyxt
betz cell
beudantite
beuncled
beurre
beurre manié

Literary usage of Betweens

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1. Social life of the Chinese: With Some Account of Their Religious by Justus Doolittle (1866)
"Female Go- betweens.— Banking, Bank-hills, and Cash: Banks private.—Former Government Bank-bills.—Iron Cosh.—"Gutting" Banks.—Panic among Bankers. ..."

2. The Flock by Mary Hunter Austin (1906)
"CHAPTER VIII THE GO-betweens WHAT one wishes to know is just what the dog means to the flock. It might be something of what the dark means to man, ..."

3. Appletons' Annual Cyclopædia and Register of Important Events of the Year (1875)
"She may have too many and too greedy go-betweens, and she needs justice in the transportation of ..."

4. Amongst the Shans by Archibald Ross Colquhoun, Holt Samuel Hallett, Terrien de Lacouperie (1885)
"... medicines— Causes of disease—Various cures—Burial and burning— Theatres—Child actors and actresses—Plays—Marriages— Go-betweens—Girls in hiding—Enforced ..."

5. Darkness and Daylight; Or, Lights and Shadows of New York Life: A Woman's by Thomas Wallace Knox, Thomas F. Byrnes (1892)
"... with Difficulty — Professional Forgers — Men of Brains — Secret Workshops — Raising Checks — A Forger's Agents and Go-betweens — The Organization of a ..."

6. Embassies and Foreign Courts: A History of Diplomacy by Eustace Clare Grenville Murray (1855)
"In the Absolute Monarchies. — Jurisdiction of Ambassadors. — A Plain-spoken Briton at Madrid in 1819.—Common Lot of Go-betweens.— Warnings to Busy-Bodies. ..."

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