Definition of Matlows

1. matlow [n] - See also: matlow



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Matlows

mating seasons
mating type gene
matings
matins
matinée idol
matinée idols
matjes
matjes herring
matl
matless
matlike
matlo
matlockite
matlos
matlow
matlows (current term)
matman
matnakash
matoke
matokes
matooke
matookes
matorral
matr-
matra
matraca
matracas
matraite
matranee
matranees

Literary usage of Matlows

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1. The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine (1887)
"... and smell the aroma of old wood, to watch the auditors, sailors, mates, " matlows," officers, singly or in groups, as they came in, their physiognomies, ..."

2. Complete Prose Works by Walt Whitman (1891)
"... the gallery, all in half-light—and smell the aroma of old wood—to watch the auditors, sailors, mates, " matlows," officers, singly or in groups, ..."

3. The Maritime History of Massachusetts, 1783-1860 by Samuel Eliot Morison (1921)
"... the dark rich colors, the gallery, all in half-light — and smell the aroma of old wood — to watch the auditors, sailors, mates, ' matlows,' officers, ..."

4. Light and Shade in War by Malcolm Ross, Noël Ross (1916)
"... passed a football ground where twenty-two brawny " matlows " were sweating and puffing in the endeavour to force a ball between two upright posts. ..."

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