Definition of Eggshells

1. Noun. (plural of eggshell) ¹



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Definition of Eggshells

1. eggshell [n] - See also: eggshell

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Eggshells

eggplant bush
eggplants
eggroll
eggrolls
eggs
eggs Benedict
eggs on
eggsalad
eggsalads
eggshake
eggshaped
eggshell
eggshell blue
eggshell calcification
eggshell lymph node calcification
eggshells (current term)
eggwash
eggwashes
eggwhisk
eggwhisks
eggwhite
eggwhites
eggy
eggy bread
eghen
egilopical
egis
egises
eglandular
eglandulous

Literary usage of Eggshells

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1. The Life and Voyages of Joseph Wiggins, F.R.G.S.: Modern Discoverer of the by Henry Johnson (1907)
"... Thames— Lecturing—Encouragement of competition—The best kind of monopoly—A foolhardy expedition—" eggshells of steamers" — Development of the sea-route ..."

2. Ostriches and Ostrich Farming by Julius de Mosenthal, James Edmund Harting (1877)
"... Its cry — Food — Reproduction — Eggs — Native use of eggshells — Value of the feathers — Various methods of capture — Ostrich-meat — Its consumption in ..."

3. Teutonic mythology by Jacob Grimm, James Steven Stallybrass (1883)
"Before an Irish changeling they also boil eggshells, till he says : ' I've been ... Before a Scotch one the mother puts twenty-four eggshells on the hearth, ..."

4. The Fairy Mythology: Illustrative of the Romance and Superstition of Various by Thomas Keightley (1905)
"The Changeling has nothing peculiar in it ; but the Brewery of eggshells is one which we ... In the present version, the mother puts down eggshells to boil, ..."

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