Definition of Caxon

1. n. A kind of wig.



Definition of Caxon

1. a type of wig [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Caxon

cavum vesicouterinum
cavus
cavy
caw
cawed
cawing
cawings
cawk
cawker
cawkers
cawks
cawky
caws
caxixi
caxixis
caxon (current term)
caxons
cay
cayenne
cayenne jasmine
cayenne pepper
cayenne peppers
cayenned
cayennes
cayman
caymans
cays
cayuca
cayucas
cayuco

Literary usage of Caxon

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1. A Collection of Scarce and Valuable Treatises Upon Metals, Mines and by Alvaro Alonso Barba, Gabriel Plattes (1738)
"... do before be incorporates (be caxon. TT H'E Refiner thoroughly ... before he doth go about to incorporate the caxon, and before he burns the Meal, ..."

2. The English Spy: An Original Work, Characteristic, Satirical, and Humorous by Charles Molloy Westmacott (1826)
"... Earls W , F , and C , Lords P , A , M , and N , Honourables Bc, Ls, and F s—General Trinket— Colonel caxon—Messrs. II—b—h, R , D , and B-—, ..."

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