Definition of Coburgs

1. coburg [n] - See also: coburg



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Coburgs

cobralike
cobrand
cobranded
cobranding
cobrands
cobras
cobreil
cobric
cobrotoxin
cobs
cobstone
cobstones
cobswan
cobswans
coburg
coburgs (current term)
cobwall
cobwalls
cobweb
cobweb site
cobweb spider
cobweb spiders
cobwebbed
cobwebberies
cobwebbery
cobwebbier
cobwebbiest
cobwebbing
cobwebby
cobweblike

Literary usage of Coburgs

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1. The United States Democratic Review by Conrad Swackhamer (1859)
"... to dispute the monopoly of rule which the coburgs had acquired by the peaceful conquests of the marriage oed, such conquests admit of and are conducive ..."

2. Knowledge for the Time: A Manual of Reading, Reference, and Conversation on by John Timbs (1864)
"The coburgs have spread far and wide, and filled the lands with their race. ... The coburgs reign in Portugal; they are connected with the royal though ..."

3. The Chautauquan by Chautauqua Institution (1913)
"THE coburgs. By Edmund B. D'Auvergne. New York: James Pott & Company. ... The coburgs, in obscurity less than one hundred years ago, arc now allied with ..."

4. Official Descriptive and Illustrated Catalogue of the Great Exhibition of by Great Exhibition (1851)
"Silk-warp coburgs ; double-twill ; plain and figured Russells, and alpaca lustres; dyed in the piece, ... Cotton-warp coburgs ; ditto, double-twilled; ..."

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