Definition of Linches

1. linch [n] - See also: linch



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Linches

linacs
linage
linages
linalol
linalols
linalool
linalool 8-monooxygenase
linalools
linament
linaments
linaria
linarite
lincRNA
lincRNAs
linch
linches (current term)
linchet
linchets
linchi
linchis
linchpin
linchpins
lincomycin
lincomycins
lincosamide
lincosamides
lincosaminide O-nucleotidyltransferase
lincture
linctures
linctus

Literary usage of Linches

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Chamber's Encyclopaedia: A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge (1891)
"In the valleys there are many kinds of linches, and a green parrakeet hoe been seen at a height of 12000 feet above the sea. ..."

2. Southwestern Historical Quarterly by Texas State Historical Association, Herbert Eugene Bolton, Eugene Campbell Barker (1912)
"Coss at 2 oclock AM we halted within 2 1/2 miles of linches Fery at Sun rise on the 20th ultimo [sic], we formed our line of battle and proceeded to the ..."

3. The English Village Community Examined in Its Relations to the Manorial and by Frederic Seebohm (1905)
"... or linches, the sloping surface of which, where they formed boundaries between the land of two owners, should be kept the same number of feet in width, ..."

4. The History of Early English Literature: Being the History of English Poetry by Stopford Augustus Brooke (1892)
"... near the mark of land and sea Meet the lofty linches.3 Loud is then the Sea-wood, 1 " Pins me down " is, literally, " dashes, and presses me down. ..."

5. The South Carolina Historical Magazine by South Carolina Historical Society (1900)
"... from the mouth of s* linches Crick up to willow Crick, all Inclusive, which sí District has not bin Dcs- ..."

6. The Antiquary by Edward Walford, John Charles Cox, George Latimer Apperson (1888)
"These terraces are sometimes locally called linches, ... We have fields called linches at Overton, at Hyde, near Fordingbridge, and at Alver- stone, ..."

7. The Antiquary (1888)
"These terraces are sometimes locally called linches, ... We have fields called linches at Overton, at Hyde, near Fordingbridge, and at Alver- stone, ..."

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