Definition of Lambie
1. a lambkin [n -S] - See also: lambkin
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Literary usage of Lambie
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Geology of Sydney and the Blue Mountains: A Popular Introduction to the by John Milne Curran (1899)
"ORIGIN OF THE NAME—MOUNT lambie—OCCURRENCE OF DEVONIAN—LIFE OF THE PERIOD. EARLY in the history of geology it was noticed that below the coal-bearing strata ..."
2. Australians in War: With the Australian Regiment, from Melbourne to by WIlliam T. Reay (1900)
"I saw the gentleman lying on the veldt," he said, " and heard that he was a correspondent, a Mr. lambie. I am afraid, sir, that your friend was dying. ..."
3. Scottish Notes and Queries by John Malcolm Bulloch (1892)
"Andrew lambie, Original Secession Divine. Educated under Dr. Dick, he joined the ... Mr. lambie became the only remaining witness to Secession Principles. ..."
4. The Law of Libel and Slander in Civil and Criminal Cases: As Administered in by Martin L. Newell (1898)
"lambie, 145 Mass., 234. Under the public practice act of Massachusetts, which requires that the substantive facts necessary to constitute a cause of action ..."