Definition of Hagbushes

1. hagbush [n] - See also: hagbush



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hagbushes

hafts
hafussi bath
hag-ridden
hag-taper
hagadic
hagadist
hagadists
hagberries
hagberry
hagberry tree
hagbolt
hagbolts
hagborn
hagbush
hagbushes (current term)
hagbut
hagbuts
hagden
hagdens
hagdon
hagdons
hagdown
hagdowns
hageman factor deficiency
hagendorfite
hagfish
hagfishes

Literary usage of Hagbushes

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1. Berwick-upon-Tweed: The History of the Town and Guild by John Scott (1888)
"Item, in the towre at the end of Whyte Walle, 8 double hagbushes. ' Item, in the towre of the bridge, upon the hed of the same, ..."

2. The Military Forces of the Crown: Their Administration and Government by Charles Mathew Clode (1869)
"... of Iron 2 hagbushes of brasse, ... a Stamp of Iron for hagbushes wyth a \Vorme at th' Ende. ..."

3. History of England from the Fall of Wolsey to the Death of Elizabeth by James Anthony Froude (1881)
"... certain ' hagbushes,' and ' hand-guns.'"l Lord Leonard, finding his cannon made no impression, fell back on the rough material of the The cannon T-ii-i ..."

4. The Publications of the Selden Society by Selden Society (1897)
"... two hagbushes, a croke stocked, two hag- bushes of iron, and one anchor, in the hands of John ..."

5. Select Pleas in the Court of Admiralty by Great Britain High Court of Admiralty, Reginald Godfrey Marsden (1897)
"... two hagbushes, a croke stocked, two hag- bushes of iron, and one anchor, in the hands of John ..."

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