Definition of Klinkers

1. klinker [n] - See also: klinker



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Klinkers

klieg light
klieg lights
kliegs
kligrapp
kligrapps
klik
kliks
klimp
klimps
kline
klined
klines
klining
klinker
klinkers (current term)
klinki pine
klinki pines
klinokinesis
klinometer
klinometers
klinotaxis
klipdachs
klipdas
klipdases
klipfish
klipfishes
klippel-feil syndrome
klippot
klipspringer

Literary usage of Klinkers

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1. Dutch Conversation-grammar by T. G. G. Valette (1903)
"klinkers. Long and short vowels. ยง 1. In the Dutch language there are no long vowels. Dutch Grammars distinguish: volkomen klinkers (complete vowels), ..."

2. The Boy Travellers in Northern Europe: Adventures of Two Youths in a Journey by Thomas Wallace Knox (1905)
"The streets are paved with ' klinkers,' small stones set on the edge, and Frank says it is the duty of the boys of Broek to blow the dust out of the ..."

3. A Dictionary of the Aneityumese Language: In Two Parts. I. Aneityumese and ...by John Inglis by John Inglis (1882)
"12) Men geve de klinkers en medeklinkers hunne volle ... teekens x boven enkele klinkers, zoo volledig mogelijk is Ue c, f, q, x en y zijn overbodig. ..."

4. Verslagen en Mededeelingen by Koninklijke Nederlandse Akademie van Wetenschappen Afdeling Natuurkunde (1884)
"De vijf klinkers zijn niet te onderscheiden, alleen is de o het sterkst, ... De vijf klinkers zijn nu te onderscheiden, spreken is vrij goed te verstaan. ..."

5. Belgium and Holland, Including the Grand-duchy of Luxembourg: Handbook for by Karl Baedeker (Firm) (1905)
"... klinkers', constructed in 1666, leaves the town by the NW gate (PI. C, 1), and is shaded by trees and provided with a tramway-line (No. 4, p. 330). ..."

6. The Chautauquan by Chautauqua Institution (1908)
"Many of them are broad at the top and being paved with klinkers (brick) form very good carriage roads. The dunes or sand hills which line *Copyright, 1908, ..."

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