Definition of Chimbleys

1. Noun. (plural of chimbley) ¹



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Definition of Chimbleys

1. chimbley [n] - See also: chimbley

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Chimbleys

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

Literary usage of Chimbleys

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1. Western North Carolina: A History (1730-1913) by John Preston Arthur (1914)
"7 The "chimbleys and Shinies," as called by the mountaineers, form another feature of the region of the Gulfs. The former are walls of rock, either bare or ..."

2. Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm by Kate Douglas Smith Wiggin (1910)
"There's the river again; this is the last long hill, and when we get to the top of it we'll see the chimbleys of ..."

3. The Atlantic Monthly by Making of America Project (1865)
"... charm makes blazin' logs so pleasant, But l can't hark to wut they 're say'n', With Grant or Sherman oilers present ; The chimbleys shudder in the gale, ..."

4. Library of the World's Best Literature, Ancient and Modern by Edward Cornelius Towne (1897)
"... the pane The charm makes blazin' logs so pleasant; But I can't hark to writ they're say'n', With Grant or Sherman oilers present: The chimbleys shudder ..."

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