Definition of Chimars

1. chimar [n] - See also: chimar



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Chimars

chiltepin
chiltepins
chiluite
chilver
chilvers
chimaera
chimaeral
chimaeras
chimaeric
chimaerism
chimaerisms
chimaeroid
chimango
chimangoes
chimar
chimars (current term)
chimb
chimbley
chimbleys
chimblies
chimbly
chimbs
chime
chime in
chimed
chimelike
chimenea
chimeneas
chimer
chimera

Literary usage of Chimars

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1. Lives of the Archbishops of Canterbury by Walter Farquhar Hook (1875)
"The judges in their robes of office, the bishops in their red convocation chimars, the other clergy in their hoods, in long procession, advanced slowly ..."

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