Definition of Eskies

1. Noun. (plural of esky) ¹



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Definition of Eskies

1. esky [n] - See also: esky

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Eskies

eserine salicylate
eserines
eses
esguard
esguards
esh
eshes
esile
esiles
eskar
eskars
eskebornite
esker
eskers
eskies (current term)
eskimo
eskimoite
eskimos
eskolaite
eskrima
esky
esloin
esloined
esloining
esloins
esloyne
esloyned
esloynes
esloyning

Literary usage of Eskies

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1. A Short History of the Canadian People by George Bryce (1887)
"... so characteristic of the north, as to have taken their name from his, as " Huskies," or " eskies," bearing him full speed across glacier or snowy plain, ..."

2. The Remarkable History of the Hudson's Bay Company: Including that of the by George Bryce (1900)
"The frozen, snowy plains and lakes were crossed in winter by the serviceable sledge drawn by Eskimo dogs, familiarly called "eskies" or "Huskies. ..."

3. Chess in Iceland and in Icelandic Literature: With Historical Notes on Other by Willard Fiske (1905)
"... the Icelandic "Klis saga"), which is almost unique in this romantic literature in condemning the practice of the game of chess; "as eskies ne as tables, ..."

4. Daytrips Eastern Australia: 60 One Day Adventures by Car, Rail Or Bus by James Postell (2004)
"You can buy inexpensive eskies (coolers) for under AU $15 (see any of the Crazy Clark stores), which might be worthwhile. Don't forget to ask for a map of ..."

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