Definition of Culvers

1. Noun. (plural of culver) ¹



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Definition of Culvers

1. culver [n] - See also: culver

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Culvers

cultures
culturgen
culturgens
culturing
culturist
culturists
culturohistorical
cultus
cultuses
culty
culver
culverin
culverins
culverkey
culverkeys
culvers (current term)
culvert
culverts
cum-dump
cum-dumps
cum-dumpster
cum-dumpsters
cum-guzzler
cum-guzzlers
cum-hole
cum-holes
cum-rag
cum-rags
cum-slut

Literary usage of Culvers

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1. Journal of the Rhode Island Institute of Instruction by Rhode Island Institute of Instruction, Henry Barnard (1849)
"Four of culvers"furnaces are set in the basement, as shown in Fig. 3. A large quantity of fresh air from out of doors, after being wanned by these furnaces, ..."

2. Pioneer Sketches of Long Point Settlement, Or, Norfolk's Foundation Builders by Egbert Americus Owen (1898)
"A PIONEER POET AND THE culvers, OF WOODHOUSE. THE Woodhouse branch of the great English-New Jersey Culver family has been identified with the affairs of ..."

3. Encyclopaedia of Ships and Shipping by Herbert B. Mason (1908)
"On January 11, 1803, this vessel went to pieces on the culvers. Hindustan. British ist class battleship. (Clyde- bank, 1903. ..."

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