Definition of Budgerows

1. Noun. (plural of budgerow) ¹



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Definition of Budgerows

1. budgerow [n] - See also: budgerow

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Budgerows

buddyroo
buddyroos
budesonide
budg
budge
budge up
budged
budger
budgeree
budgereegah
budgerigar
budgerigars
budgero
budgeros
budgerow
budgerows (current term)
budgers
budgerygah
budges
budget
budget constraint
budget cut
budget deficit
budget for
budget items
budgetarily
budgetary
budgeted
budgeteer
budgeteers

Literary usage of Budgerows

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1. Alfred in India; or, Scenes in Hindoostan by Alfred (1848)
"The captain knew how to command, and the men how to obey, and therefore we felt confidence in them; but the crews of budgerows are often mere coolies, ..."

2. The Lady of the Manor: Being a Series of Conversations on the Subject of by Sherwood (Mary Martha) (1856)
"... and budgerows which passed beneath. The second bungalow, which was my father's especial dwelling, lay in a direction from the river, and considerably ..."

3. Works Issued by the Hakluyt Society by Hakluyt Society (1887)
"Preparation of budgerows and other Boats with Provisions, etc., being thus made, and notice of our resolution ..."

4. The Diary of William Hedges, Esq. (afterwards Sir William Hedges), During by Sir William Hedges (1887)
"Preparation of budgerows and other Boats with Provisions, etc., being thus made, and notice of our resolution given to ..."

5. A Short History of India and of the Frontier States of Afghanistan, Nipal by James Talboys Wheeler (1884)
"Forty boats with thatched roofs, known as budgerows, were moored in shallow ... At the same time the thatching of many of the budgerows was found to be on ..."

6. Travels in India during the years 1780, 1781, 1782 and 1783 by William Hodges (1783)
"... and alfo by Europeans, are the budgerows, which both fail and row: they have in general from twelve to twenty oars. ..."

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