Definition of Cymlin
1. cymling [n -S] - See also: cymling
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cymlin
Literary usage of Cymlin
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Lion's Whelp: A Story of Cromwell's Time by Amelia Edith Huddleston Barr (1901)
"No, Jane, the line of de Wick is finished.1 cymlin and I will be the last Earl and ... My marriage to cymlin will be a barrier sacred to both of us. ..."
2. Economic History of Virginia in the Seventeenth Century: An Inquiry Into the by Philip Alexander Bruce (1907)
"... others brandished their gourds or cymlin shells, which rattled as the stones and peas that they contained struck the sides in the violent motion. ..."
3. The Horticulturist, and Journal of Rural Art and Rural Taste by Luther Tucker (1873)
"... for instance, and on the hardier, like cymlin and the winter Crookneck, this mixture, put on while the plant is wet or dry, does not injure them; ..."
4. Pioneers and Makers of Arkansas by Josiah Hazen Shinn (1908)
"No doubt the heads of a considerable section are today as they were in the past, far too small, as the historical expression “cymlin head,” bandied in ..."
5. History of the Expedition Under the Command of Lewis and Clark: To the by Meriwether Lewis, William Clark, Elliott Coues, Thomas Jefferson (1893)
"Clark's genius led him to choose a form quite near simnel, which is probably the best, and certainly better than the usual dialectic variants, cymlin and ..."
6. The Encyclopedia of Practical Horticulture: A Reference System of Commercial by Granville Lowther, William Worthington (1914)
"It Is claimed by many that the very young summer squashes, particularly the turban variety, or "cymlin" of the Southern states, are very delicate and ..."