Definition of Kerchiefs

1. Noun. (plural of kerchief) ¹



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Definition of Kerchiefs

1. kerchief [n] - See also: kerchief

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Kerchiefs

kerbing
kerbings
kerblam
kerbless
kerboom
kerbs
kerbside
kerbsides
kerbstone
kerbstones
kercher
kerchered
kerchers
kerchief
kerchiefed
kerchiefs (current term)
kerchieves
kerching
kerchoo
kerchunk
kere
kerf
kerfed
kerfing
kerflewie
kerflewy
kerflooey
kerfluffle
kerfluffles
kerfs

Literary usage of Kerchiefs

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1. The Arena by Harry Houdini Collection (Library of Congress) (1895)
"kerchiefs TO HUNT SOULS.* This a remarkably clever and interesting realistic novel with a purpose. It gives the life history of a young woman, ..."

2. The Guilds of Florence by Edgcumbe Staley (1906)
"Ornaments, dress, kerchiefs, utensils, beds, hangings, rooms, and even food and beverages, all came under the category of objects worthy of being FLORENTINE ..."

3. Great Truths by Great Authors (1856)
"Maidens wave Their 'kerchiefs, and old Women weep for joy. While others not so satisfied unhorse The gilded Equipage, and turning loose His Steeds, ..."

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