Definition of Dishorns

1. Verb. (third-person singular of dishorn) ¹



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Definition of Dishorns

1. dishorn [v] - See also: dishorn

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dishorns

dishonour'd
dishonourable
dishonourableness
dishonourably
dishonoured
dishonoured bill
dishonoured bills
dishonourer
dishonourest
dishonoureth
dishonouring
dishonours
dishorn
dishorned
dishorning
dishorns (current term)
dishorse
dishorsed
dishorses
dishorsing
dishouse
dishoused
dishouses
dishousing
dishpan
dishpan fracture
dishpan hands
dishpans
dishrag
dishrags

Literary usage of Dishorns

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1. History of Central America by Hubert Howe Bancroft (1887)
"... at San Juan del Norte, owing to sand and other detritus carried into it by the San Juan River, rendering it shallow and dangerous, dishorns Jst/i. ..."

2. Book-prices Current: A Record of Prices at which Books Have Been Sold at Auction (1905)
"(242) ^4 7s. 6d. engravings, 2 vol., morocco extra, ge, 1821-2, 8vo. (237) 4989 Thorowgood (T.) Jews in America and an Accurate DisHorns tein, ffo ids. ..."

3. Buffalo Medical and Surgical Journal (1883)
"... instead of after repeat manifestations of the most lamentable incapacity and dishorns: The people pay the bill in loss of life, in extortionate dema- in ..."

4. The Christian Treasury (1846)
"... righteous displeasure of God for the dishorns done to his truth; but coining, as it с!м-. the ordinary course of Providence, and v. out any special or ..."

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