Definition of Hamlets

1. Noun. (plural of hamlet) ¹



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Definition of Hamlets

1. hamlet [n] - See also: hamlet

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hamlets

hamfats
hamfatter
hamfisted
hamfistedly
hamfistedness
hamhanded
hamhandedly
hamhandedness
hamiform
hamilton period
haming
haminura
hamite
hamlet
hamleted
hamlets (current term)
hamlike
hammada
hammadas
hammal
hammals
hammam
hammams
hamman-rich syndrome
hamman sign
hammarite
hammed
hammed up
hammer
hammer-on

Literary usage of Hamlets

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1. Readings in Modern European History: A Collection of Extracts from the by James Harvey Robinson, Charles Austin Beard (1908)
"Of the provostship of Echternach, containing the town and thirty-three villages and hamlets distinguished by four mayoralties, viz. ..."

2. Sixty Years of an Agitator's Life by George Jacob Holyoake (1906)
"PARLIAMENTARY CANDIDATURE IN TOE TOWER hamlets. ... My candidature in the Tower hamlets was the first claim ever made to represent labour in Parliament ..."

3. The Tribal System in Wales: Being Part of an Inquiry Into the Structure and by Frederic Seebohm (1904)
"I Passing now from the demesne and western portion of the manor to what are called in the Extents the hamlets of the manor, they are thus described in the ..."

4. London by Charles Knight (1851)
"The Borough of the Tower hamlets is formed out of a number of places which have risen from comparative insignificance, but now form a great associated mass. ..."

5. A Digest of Legislative Enactments, Relating to the Society of Friends by Joseph Davis (1849)
"103, after reciting that the Militia of the Tower hamlets arc raised and regulated by 37 Geo. III. cc. 25 and 75. and that the 37 Geo. in. cc. ..."

6. Notes and Queries by Martim de Albuquerque (1862)
"AH these were originally single farms, but are now either clusters of houses or small hamlets. The omission of the possessive « is very characteristic of ..."

7. Visitation of Ireland by Joseph Jackson Howard, Ireland Ulster king of arms (1897)
"She died i September, and was bur. in Tower hamlets Cemetery 27 September 1860. =т= Thomas Scambler Owden, born in London 5 March, and bapt. at St. ..."

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